Paradise Cove Beach
28128 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA, USA
Paradise Cove Beach Malibu Reviews
Beautiful Beach Buzz Aug 08, 2011
Whatever happened to the simple joys of a beach trip? Packing lunch and snacks, putting on suntan lotion, packing towels, beach toys, your favorite music beach mix to set the mood, and last but not least, picking up beer and assorted cocktails to relax the soul. Unfortunately most public beaches from Southern to Northern California do not allow alcohol. So luckily for us, not all beaches are public. Paradise cove in Malibu, Ca is a private beach that allows its visitors to bring alcohol as long as it is not glass or hard liquor. There is a small admission for parking and entrance, but it's a small price to pay for a beautiful beach layout with no hassles from the “Five-O”. Tickets received for illegally drinking on a public beach can range from $150 and up! Sorry, but when it comes to breaking the law for rum even Jack Sparrow has his limits!
Not in the mood to pack a lunch. Enjoy the Menu at the Paradise Cove Beach Café. They offer a diverse food menu where you can dine in, or you have the option of ordering at their beachside bar. A small market attached to the cafe offers an arrangement of beer, wine, spirits, and food items as well. Keep in mind the menu items are not cheap, however, the $20 parking ticket is reduced to $3 with validation at the café.
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