Malibu’s Gladstones: Seafood With a View

Food, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New — By Sujata Day on February 20, 2012 at 11:28 pm

Ready for your quintessential Los Angeles experience? Watch a gorgeous sunset disappear into the Pacific Ocean, feel gentle sea breezes ruffling through your hair, and breathe in fresh lobster and fish scents wafting from the bustling kitchen. Gladstones in Malibu, where the Pacific Coast Highway meets Sunset Boulevard, offers a uniquely L.A. outing, perfect for families, couples, and seafood lovers. Locals have been swearing by Gladstones since 1972, so grab the new menu and see what all the fuss is about!

Malibu Sunset at GladstonesPhoto Courtesy of Flickr/Anthony Viviano

Stop in after a sun-filled day at the beach for Chowder Chowdown, a flight of six different chowders sure to please anyone’s appetite. Gladstones famous signature and Manhattan chowder bowls satisfy traditional chowder connoisseurs year round, while butternut squash, kale and andouille, and porcini chowders excite adventurous foodies for a special limited time. An easy-to-read menu highlights Gladstones favorite dishes, offering classic staples like oysters and crabcakes to favorite seafood delectables like salmon salad and curried coconut shrimp.

Chowder at GladstonesPhoto Courtesy of Sujata Day

In the mood for a post-surf cocktail? Sip on specialty drinks like a dragon berry mojito, white grapefruit cosmopolitan, or blackberry margarita. Check out Gladstones extensive wine and beer menu for something a little less exotic. Mini swashbucklers (otherwise known as “kids” for you landlubbers) enjoy their own special menu with tasty items like fish ‘n chips, burgers, and pasta. Prepare your bellies, steady your spoons, and chowder down!

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