Malibu Village, a 50,000-square-foot retail property situated in a prime location in the Civic Center of Malibu, California, announced that Cisco Adler, a local entrepreneur who has called Malibu his home since birth, opened Malibu Burger Co. on June 30. Offering a selection of gourmet burgers and other casual fare in a beautiful creek-front setting in the heart of Malibu’s Civic Center, the restaurant is the realization of Adler’s dream to create a place that people want to visit multiple times in a given week.

“The goal for Malibu Burger Co. is to provide the kind of family-friendly, every day eatery I’ve longed for in my hometown,” says Adler. “I want to create a community hang out where locals and visitors alike feel at home and get a taste of The Bu.”

Malibu Burger Co.’s menu will consist of a burger program with a selection of farm-to-plate patty and condiment options that can be mixed and matched by diners.  The menu will also feature healthy alternatives like bun-less burger bowls, quinoa burgers, and salmon.  The locally-sourced selection of quality ingredients and carefully curated local beer and wine will be served in a relaxed, casual atmosphere created by designer and Malibu-native Matt Winter, known for projects such as Gjusta and Manuela at Hauser & Wirth’s Arts District gallery.

Malibu Village was acquired in 2014 by Jamestown, an investment and management company that owns and operates iconic and beloved places like Chelsea Market, Ghirardelli Square, and Ponce City Market.  Malibu Village houses both local and national tenants including a variety of boutiques, restaurants, and services, such as European Shoe Repair, Levi’s, lululemon, Marine Layer, Marmalade Café, Saje Natural Wellness, Sephora, Soul Cycle, Zadig &Voltaire, and more.  Malibu Village is located in the Civic Center of Malibu at 3822 Cross Creek Road, Malibu.

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