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26 | February 15, 2017 | Malibu surfside news Dining Out malibusurfsidenews.com The Dish Malibu Mutt’s Grill boasts healthy falafel, more Barbara Burke Freelance Reporter “The falafel is great. I’d rate it a 10 on a 1-to-10 scale because it has great flavor, is healthy and is not terribly expensive,” Dan Ellis said. Ellis is one of many customers who favor Malibu Mutt’s Grill’s falafel. Falafel has been around since ancient times, as the Copts of Egypt are reputed to have made the dish during Lent. There’s a reason the dish has lived on. It’s hearty, healthy, and wholesome. “They make it fresh and that makes all the difference,” Dana Zaharia said. “When you do, it’s crunchy, not mushy.” Malibu Mutt’s Grill, a no-fuss walk-up establishment, is nestled in Malibu Village amidst high-end retail shops. It is a fabulous place to get a decent meal at a decent price. Try the falafel ($7.95) served harif (Hebrew for hot). It is truly scrumptious. Flavor-filled bits combine with the pita for a mouth-watering epicurean experience. “We make the falafel homemade with fresh garbanzo beans,” said Yang Park, proprietor of the joint. “Ninety percent of places use a powder and add water. We add tahini to the beans and season it with salt and pepper.” Other options include the cheddar melt burger ($7.95), with its meaty, juicy flavors and its excellent bun. One can add grilled onions for $1. A tuna melt with fries is another good choice ($11.95). The cheese melts in one’s mouth and one can taste how fresh the ingredients are. Malibu Mutt’s has been going strong at Malibu Village for 37 years. “I started the business in 1980,” Park said. “Then, Malibu was a quiet area. Now, many people come here. I love it here in Malibu. I’ve spent my life here. Malibu Mutt’s Grill 3835 Cross Creek Road, Malibu Hours Winter hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. every day Phone: (310) 456-1211 Customers can call ahead to order. There is no online ordering. When I started the business, I was young. I am the longest tenant in the shopping center.” Malibu Mutt’s Grill has excellent hot dogs as well and also has all kinds of beverages, including Perrier, Snapple, San Pellegrino and sodas. The spuds are great at Malibu Mutt’s Grill as well. Grab a bite to eat at this no frills, reasonably priced establishment that has been an institution in Malibu for almost 40 years. The eats are excellent, they don’t kill your wallet, and the service is friendly and fast. The falafel ($7.95) at Malibu Mutt’s Grill has received rave reviews. Photos by Barbara Burke/22nd Century Media We Deliver Malibu Like No One Else! Reach ALL Malibu households & businesses every Wednesday via U.S. Post delivery.* *Occupied households www.malibusurfsidenews.com | 310.457.2112 MALIBU SURFSIDE NEWS Malibu Mutt’s Grill’s cheddar melt burger is pictured with tomato and grilled onions, accompanied by a side of fries.
malibusurfsidenews.com Life & Arts Malibu surfside news | February 15, 2017 | 27 Going rate Malibu Sales and Leases | Week of Feb. 3-Feb. 9 Type ADDRESS LP D.O.M ST DATE BR/BA SP SFR 3339 Rambla Pacifico St. $2,800,000 169 2/6/17 4BR/3BA $2,800,000 C/C 23922 De Ville Way #C $1,200,000 28 2/7/17 2BR/2BA $1,150,000 LND 0 Pacific View Dr. $995,000 237 2/8/17 N/A $995,000 LSE 24380 Malibu Road $60,000/month 315 2/8/17 4BR/5BA $60,000/month LSE 21410 Calle Del Barco $12,950/month 138 2/8/17 5BR/4BA $12,550/month LSE 6968 Dume Dr. $9,000/month 16 2/9/17 4BR/3BA $8,200/month LSE 6403 Surfside Way $6,500/month 67 2/9/17 4BR/3BA $6,500/month LSE 29210 Heathercliff Road $4,250/month 6 2/9/17 2BR/2BA $4,250/month LSE 33202 Mulholland Highway #GH $4,000/month 67 2/8/17 2BR/1BA $4,000/month LSE 20747 Pacific Coast Highway #11 $4,000/month 59 2/9/17 1BR/1BA $4,000/month Faith From Page 24 mation on how to participate, email cantor@mjcs. org. University Church of Christ (24255 Pacific Coast Highway, 310-506-4504) Adult Care Group 7-8 p.m. Wednesdays. All are welcome. Youth Bible Class 7-8 p.m. Wednesdays. This class is for students in Statistics provided by Bobby LehmKuhl with 4 Malibu Real Estate. Information gathered from Combined L.A./ Westside MLS, Inc. is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Contact Bobby at (310) 456-0220, Info@4Malibu. com or visit www.4Malibu.com. sixth through 12th grade. For more information, contact Dusty Breeding at dusty.breeding@pepper dine.edu or (256) 655-0584. Bible Classes 9-9:50 a.m. Sundays. Campus Ministry Bible Class Noon-1 p.m. Sundays. The Campus Ministry Class meets to encourage attendance and to allow for a discussion of the sermon immediately following worship service. Brewster Bible Study 5:30 p.m. Sundays. Dinner followed by Bible study at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call Jay or Stephanie Brewster at (310) 506-4927. Waveside Church (6955 Fernhill Drive, 310-774-1927) Waveside Espanol 5:30-7 p.m. Last Monday of every month. Waveside’s Spanish-language worship service in Malibu. Those interested should meet at the Boys and Girls Club of Malibu. For more information, email info@ wavesidechurch.com. Service 10:10 a.m. Sundays at Point Dume School, 6955 Fernhill Drive. Have an event for faith briefs? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Information is due by noon on Thursdays one week prior to publication. Shrek From Page 23 Fiona he is sweet on her. Sheridan’s performance of “When Words Fail” was both hysterical and endearing. Finally mustering the gumption to approach Fiona, Shrek approaches where she has retired for the evening, only to mistake her remarks to Donkey about how hideous she is as an ogress for comments about him. Offended and dejected, he storms off the stage. Sunrise meets up with a dejected Fiona, who has decided to tell Shrek about the curse and her ogress affliction. However, Shrek, still deeply offended, rejects her overtures. Now upset, Fiona agrees to marry Farquaad, but convinces him to arrange the wedding before sundown. In other parts of the kingdom, the fairy tale creatures resolve to challenge the Prince and protest their maltreatment. Undaunted, Donkey finally convinces Shrek that Fiona cares about him and her insulting comments about having monster-like qualities were self-deprecating comments about herself. Shrek bolts to the castle, aborts the wedding at the very last minute, and declares his love for Fiona. Fiona, conflicted, is torn between her feelings for Shrek and her desire to break the curse. The tension is broken by the entrance of the protesting fairy tale creatures. Sunset arrives and Fiona transforms into an ogress in front of all gathered. Revolted, Farquaad still insists his wedding to Fiona is viable and he is now a king. Shrek whistles, summoning the dragon, who in a wonderful scene with special effect lighting slays Prince Farquaad, leaving Shrek and Fiona to declare their undying love for one another, despite the fact that Fiona’s spell was broken by their kiss. The drama ended with “This is Our Story,” with its words of wisdom such as, “What makes us special makes us strong.” Lastly, the whole ensemble sang a wonderful rendition of “I’m a Believer.” The audience left thrilled, knowing that beauty is in the eye of the ogre and that Sheridan is right: Everyone has something a little freakish about them. There is no perfect world. Let your freak flag fly! Loving and Living “The Bu” Since 1962 Maybe It’s a Little Old School but I still believe in showing homes in a shirt and tie and communicating with you in person Instead of through Electronic Signatures or over the internet. Choose the “Agent” you can Trust TERRY and GWEN LUCOFF 310-924-1045 BRE# 0112504