The new Saint Marc restaurant at Westfield Century City in Los Angeles recently had a soft opening and is getting its finishing touches. The new restaurant is reflective of the original Saint Marc in Huntington Beach but bigger and better! The new space is 8,000 square feet indoor with an additional 1,000 square feet of patio space.
Americana with a twist is the theme of the concept with the idea that you’re at an upscale picnic. The restaurant features innovative food and drinks that are served on plastic ware mimicking paper plates or drinks in a red plastic party cup. The restaurant is bright and open concept with defined zones separated by differing flooring/tile. Art walls tie in the Americana. Raw, finished materials and custom designed lighting is used. The newest restaurant features an open kitchen toward the front of the restaurant so that shopping guests can see in and enticed to stop in for a bite or drink. Saint Marc offers a unique dining experience, new to SoCal. With the mix of a marketplace, dining room, and speakeasy, there is opportunity for guests to stay awhile and indulge in different settings and experiences. It’s easy to go, easy to eat and food that we prefer as diners. Saint Marc offers a one of a kind selection of distinctive food, free flowing bread from the bakery, over 100 cheese options from boards to fondue, craft beers in a can, and 32 wines on draft. This restaurant is an experience and takes much pride in its atmosphere which blurs the lines between staff and customers.
The design team includes:
Architect: PHX Architecture, Erik Peterson, Maurita Harris, Davina Griffis
Interior Design: PHX Architecture, Davina Griffis
Contractor: KCI General Contractors