Many ingredients combine to create a classic restaurant. First and foremost, it takes a grand beginning. A start that conveys a sense of pedigree and of great things to come. Geoffrey's Malibu certainly has met that standard.
Located on the site of the former Holiday House, a resort/hotel/watering hole to the stars for decades, it was designed by world-famous architect Richard Neutra.
"This is one of the best restaurants I have been to on the Pacific Coast. You cannot beat the view the patio gives you, especially on a clear night. The high rise fire places are a great touch, with the personal heaters they have for each table to keep you warm. The customer service is amazing, offer blankets for the ladies and are there to serve with pleasure."