In glitzy Malibu, you've got to pay to enjoy the beach. This is certainly true at Paradise Cove Beach Cafe, a seafood restaurant that sits in the sand along a particularly panoramic stretch of the Pacific Coast Highway. You'll pay above-market price for grilled slabs of fresh ahi tuna, and even more for the outlandish Iced Seafood Tower, a looming plate of whole Maine lobster, crabs, jumbo shrimp, salmon, scallops, prawns and more. But that comes with owner Bob Morris' territory. His family has owned most of the cove for more than a half-century, and the $25 parking fees are discounted to just $3 if you spend $20 at the Cafe. So why not pony up for the right to enjoy this slice of secluded sand? When the sun goes down and you've got a platter of seafood in front of you and a rum cocktail in your hand, you start to realize that this particular show has been worth the price of admission.

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Price: $$$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards

Parking: Lot Available, Validation Available

Reservations: Call-Ahead Seating Available

Attire: Casual

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