Eataly, the multi-dimension market and food court that has been toying around with the city of L.A. with multiple proposed destinations, is finally arriving at the Westfield Century City some time in spring of 2017, reports Racked LA. It's all part of a $700M upgrade that the outdoor mall will receive that boasts 422,000 square feet of retail, including new restaurants and a swell outdoor plaza. The idea is to make the Westfield, "a landmark destination truly international in impact and scale." Well, an Eataly certainly helps with accomplishing that.
Eataly had originally planned to open an L.A. location in 2011 after launching the New York outlet in 2010, but the team, comprised of Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, finally confirmed that the city of Angels would be one of Eataly's next destinations back in April. Does this location make sense for Eataly? Or would the Beverly Center or Downtown make better landing zones? Chime in in the comments below.
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