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GC Marketplace, Serving an Array of Gourmet Goods in Hollywood on November 17

Gary Arabia is upping the culinary scene on this stretch of Cahuenga

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Matthew Kang is the Lead Editor of Eater LA. He has covered dining, restaurants, food culture, and nightlife in Los Angeles since 2008. He's the host of K-Town, a YouTube series covering Korean food in America, and has been featured in Netflix's Street Food show.

Here's the interior of GC Marketplace, slated to open on November 17 along the northern stretch of Cahuenga that reaches toward Studio City. This rather quiet stretch, accessible to plenty of people living in the Valley and Hollywood (plus many studios), is certainly in for a treat when founder Gary Arabia unleashes this gourmet eatery.

Taking over the former Oak Crest Market (whose sign has been preserved in the interior), Arabia is serving a slew of delicacies, from pastries and coffee to beer and wine on tap to the left upon entrance.

Further in, find a buffet line of hot foods prepared to order, rotisserie items, grilled bits, sandwiches, salads, cheeses, slices charcuterie and salumi. Think of it as a bit more of a comprehensive Joan's on Third or Stir Market, though with a little more seating room. The open space takes over a classic 1930's building with a clean white design from Jennifer Charleston. See preliminary menus for the marketplace below:

GC Marketplace Menu

GC Marketplace Breakfast

GC Marketplace

, Los Angeles, CA (323) 645-5269