Best sushi that will require a second mortgage: Nobu
22706 Pacific Coast Hwy Really, what’s left to be said about one of the world's most famous restaurants, in one of the world's most beautiful locations? Perhaps this -- the food is equal to the experience, and with a reputation like this, that’s saying an awful lot. Save up your shekels and go in on the omakase menu: it’s $80-$100 per person, and totally worth the unbearable lightness of wallet that follows.
23410 Civic Center Way Tony’s has been serving up Greek realness for years, in the form of classic dishes (moussaka and spanakopita) and live music seven days a week. If it’s packed inside, try the patio for that Malibu breeze. And then try the desserts -- all of the desserts.
29211 Heathercliff Rd #60 This spot also sports the best misleading name, because as good as Lily’s coffee and pastries are, it’s her breakfast burrito you’ll probably want. If heaven were a burrito [Editor's Note: it is
], Lily’s might just be the pearly gates.