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Seoul Sausage, Gasolina Cafe, and More Open at Ventura County’s First Food Hall

The Annex also features some popular Oxnard-area names

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Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Two popular Los Angeles-area restaurant names have jumped ship to Ventura County, opening up last month at the northern county’s first true public market, The Annex. Chris Oh’s Seoul Sausage and Woodland Hills breakfast mainstay Gasolina Cafe are both now live at the property, along with a handful of other Oxnard-native restaurants.

The Annex property is part of the larger Collection at RiverPark shopping plaza, and features nearly a dozen restaurant stalls across a compact 16,000 square feet. Seoul Sausage is on site doing a slightly truncated version of their usual menu of Korean-leaning sausages and hearty snacks. Gasolina Cafe, meanwhile, offers Spanish fare like croquetas, morcilla sausage, and braised short ribs alongside beer and wine. Gasolina owner Sandra Cordero also has a new side project called Pancake at The Annex, a breakfast-only affair that does Dutch babies and other savory morning options.

Beyond the Los Angeles-based options, The Annex also has room for newcomer Ragamuffin Coffee Roasters, craft beer spot Bottle & Pint, food truck-turned-restaurant Scratch Sandwich Counter (no affiliation with Phillip Frankland Lee’s own Scratch restaurant empire), and others including Taqueria El Tapatio, PokeCeviche, Blend Superfood Bar, and Ventura County Vietnamese favorite Love Pho.

The Annex is open now at The Collection at RiverPark. The larger property also includes full-sized restaurants like EMC Seafood, Famous Dave’s BBQ, Gen Korean BBQ, and more. Expect daily hours at the industrial space from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.