Lily Castro, owner of Lily's Cafe & Pastries, said she hopes to get a beer and wine license and offer dinner service at her restaurant next year.
"Now I don't have the time," Castro said, adding that she hopes one day her customers can enjoy a margarita with a burrito.
Castro said she still needs Malibu residents to come and support her by eating from her restaurant, which is popular among locals.
Kathryn Natalia, property manager for the Point Dume Village, confirmed the plans and its commitment to Lily's Cafe & Pastries.
"Lily's is going to be expanding and adding bathrooms so she can get a beer and wine license," Natalia said. "... She wants to be able to offer more to her clients. If she can offer beer and wine, she can stay open for dinner."
Natalia said the timing of the expansion may be a few months away.
"She will be waiting until after the New Year to start the expansion so she can devote her attention to her family," Natalia said.
Currently, Lily's Cafe & Pastries is open from Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.