Located on the West/North half of Malibu, a ways further down from the most popular beaches, Neptune's Net offers two versions of the standard beach town fare: the "Restaurant Side," serving fried food and bottled and canned beverages, and the "Seafood Side," offering fresh and live seafood and draft beer.
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There are few places that convey the pre-luxury charm of Malibu like Neptune's Net, a no-frills, old-school seafood joint that hat has been popular with bikers for decades.
The food is unpretentious, but always well-prepared and a good value - the surfing memorabilia makes you want to paddle out yourself.
Sip a cocktail in the sand at the Barefoot Bar and then enjoy the market-priced island seafood prepared to order in the casual dining room. This romantic Malibu eatery Moonshadows pairs contemporary cuisine with spectacular ocean views.
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Members have a chance to discover how they think and why they react the way they do.
Back in the 1970s, Malibu was a refuge for all kinds of misfits—from surf bums, to hitchhiking teens, to affluent Baby Boomers from the "New Hollywood" who preferred its laid back, artsy, Bohemian vibe to the (much more square) Classic Hollywood lifestyle of Bel-Air or the Polo Lounge. Those countercultural Boomers of yore (including Jack Nicholson, Bob Dylan, Barbra Streisand and many others) are now elder statesmen and women of American arts—and owning property in Malibu is but a dream to anyone outside of their rarefied tax bracket.