This is a great experience, a lovely spot on the water. The crowd on a Saturday night was quite funky, an odd mix of folks - that's LA. The scene and music felt like a nightclub, and the best part is the ocean air and...More
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We visited Moonshadows just after our wedding reception. We wanted a romantic, ocean view and that's exactly what we got! We both ordered the lobster salads , which were very good! The staff was awesome and even gave us a " congrats" dessert:) We would...More
We arrived on time for our reservation, but still had to wait awhile to be seated. We found a spot near the end of the lounge and had a cocktail. After being seated at an interior table overlooking the ocean, we had a leisurely meal....More
We stopped for lunch on a Sunday morning. Moonshadows sits on the Pacific Ocean in Malibu, CA. Valet parking ($7) was efficient; views are excellent; service very good and drinks were also very good. We thought the food was just average for a place where...More
This restaurant is in a great location & if you are lucky enough to get a sit by the window you will enjoy the view! Also reservations made in advance are taken but not always honored!
We were looking for a place for lunch after spending the morning at the Getty Villa (very cool by the way) and spotted this place on Yelp so decided to give it a try. First thing you notice is the amazing view. The restaurant hangs...More
Great location and good food. The view can't be better -- right on the Ocean! Food is solid. Service was a bit slow, but that is just find given the view.
Delicious food. Romantic dinner with another couple. Quiet, charming ambiance. Sat by the window, felt like we were sitting on the water. The water is lit at night so you can see the waves crashing in. Reminded me of a restaurant in the bday area...More
My wife and I celebrated our anniversary at Moonshadows. The place is right on the water. It was a perfectly clear night. Watching the sunset, with the waves below, is an experience neither of us will forget. The tuna tartar could be greatest dish I...More