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LA with Kids: Paradise Cove Malibu

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When to go: It can be incredibly packed on the weekends and in the summertime. So the best time to go is in the early morning when they open, anywhere from 8-10am. It’s empty! I probably just gave away the best secret ever! This way you beat the crowds, have no problems parking, can enjoy a peaceful breakfast and then stake your place on the beach. Honestly, I think breakfast is one of their best meals and there’s nothing like the peaceful ocean cove and gentle breeze in the morning.

What to order: Macadamia nut pancakes and a cocktail served out of a real coconut or pineapple. If you’re there in the afternoon, you can grab a bucket of beer or their delicious fried seafood platters to enjoy on the sand.

What to bring: Sand toys, beach towels, extra clothes, water, hat, sunglasses and sunscreen!

 

 

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4 responses to LA with Kids: Paradise Cove Malibu

  1. Katie
    February 4, 2014

    We used to go to Paradise Cove when I was a kid. I don’t think it had as much going on then (I don’t remember the restaurant), but the beach itself is gorgeous. Maybe the best beach in LA.

    1. Eden
      February 4, 2014

      Katie, what great memories! I know it’s been around for a very long time and even in the past year there have been so many changes…it’s really a great place to escape! And I agree, the beach is divine!!

    2. Analicia
      February 26, 2014

      Just found your site and I love it! We will be moving up to LA from San Diego and I am so happy to find your helpful hints about Los Angeles. I feel so lost and do not know where to start with 2 kiddos. Keep the post coming:)

  2. Stella
    February 4, 2014

    Oh Eden! How amazing you are! And how grown up is your little man! Congratulations!

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