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The Valley’s $250 Million Food Hall Project Starts Soon at Westfield Topanga Mall

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Plus lots of natural wine, and a cool Friday burger collaboration

A rendering for a big, glassed-in food hall area to be built as part of a mall.
A rendering for the upcoming food hall at Westfield Topanga
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Local real estate and development blog Urbanize LA is all over the news of a proposed new food hall at the Westfield Topanga mall in the Valley. The Warner Center property will convert a long-empty former Sears space (coming in at over 160,000 square feet) into a food hall-like area with not only stalls but also sit-down restaurants and multiple bars and lounge areas. In total, the project — which also includes some updated pedestrian access and structural changes — will run a whopping $250 million, and should open in 2021.

– Night Market Song in Silver Lake welcomes in chef Mathieu Perez of Barcelona’s Bar Brutal tomorrow and Thursday evening. The plan is to make a bunch of one-off Thai and Spanish dishes and sling a ton of natural wine.

— Meanwhile, another installment of natural wine party Pinkies Up is happening at Kensho on January 21, complete with comedy, karaoke, and lots of food.

— Rossoblu is hosting a Southern Italian-inspired dinner on January 27. The five-course event is $120 per person.

Dine Alhambra Restaurant Week returns from January 24 - 31, including deals at a number of well-known restaurants like Yang’s Kitchen.

— The Ojai Valley Inn has re-upped Nancy Silverton as culinary ambassador for its Farmhouse food and event center. Expect 2020 events with notables like April Bloomfield, Chi Spacca, a number of Baja chefs, and more.

— The Goldburger pop-up in Silver Lake is collab’ing with the fine folks from Go Get Em Tiger for a one-off party this Friday at 3319 Sunset Blvd.

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