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Remodeled Santa Monica Food Court The Gallery Officially Adds First Tenants

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Two familiar names are coming to the Promenade

The Gallery, Santa Monica
The Gallery
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.

Santa Monica’s long-gestating Promenade food court concept The Gallery is getting some new life, thanks to a pair of incoming concepts that should land by early summer at the latest.

The Gallery is less of an open-air food hall and more of a two-level food court, if such a distinction can be made. Originally a walk-through filled with tucked-away restaurants across two floors, the space underwent a massive $7 million remodel a while back, but never really came back online after earning the new look. As recently as last month, Toddrickallen was wondering what had happened there, but now it seems the place is on track to start opening with some new tenants practically immediately.

First among them will be Everytable, the do-good enterprise aimed at making healthy meals affordable for their respective neighborhoods. With fluctuating pricing across its stores, the concept has fit into a wide cross-section of the city already, from South LA to Downtown to Baldwin Hills. If everything goes according to plan, Everytable should start slinging bowls by next month.

The next confirmed tenant is Sloan’s Ice Cream, which currently has another location in Woodland Hills. That shop should be online by early summer, adding to the roster of the 13,000 square foot space. Expect other announcements on tenants as they come.