Three Restaurants To Anchor TenTen Wilshire’s New Nine-Story Second Phase

Junco, Junco Roof, and Gravita will be overseen by Chef Murat Bozok.
Delayed from the pandemic, owners are hopeful for a December debut.
Expect a 'taverna' or a 'cantina' with charcuterie, tapas, and other finger food, out of the 600-square-foot space next year.
An outpost in Fairfax, the fifth local store for the rapidly-growing franchise, opened in early-September.
Former Roxbury Cafe space will house the 'crave pasta, not carbs' company which currently has a Larchmont ghost kitchen.
Japanese eatery will offer takeout and delivery as well as limited outdoor dining to kick-off its debut.
Pizzeria will focus on New York-style crusts and will open completely refreshed.
On the heels of opening satellite locations in DTLA, Hollywood, the fast-growing fried chicken restaurant has its eyes set on Westfield Topanga in 2022.
Operating out of the SoLa Beehive, South Los Angeles Beverage Company will produce beer, cider, wine, coffee, and more, starting in 2021.
Southern Italian fare is front-and-center for the new eatery from the 'pasta prodigy.'
Village Shops, an expansion of Manhattan Village Center, will also see a location of the restaurant, opening sooner with a February 1, 2021 debut.
Co-branded quick-service eateries will be housed under one roof in the Valley Royal Plaza shopping center.
It's unclear the cause for the delay but an opening is expected for either late 2020 or sometime in 2021.
Santa Clarita-based winemaker is opening a DTLA winemaking facility, scouting for a new winery.
Ahead of an official opening in early- to mid-2021, the owners are hosting pop-ups, encouraging online ordering.
Replacing a Subway, the new Jamba straddles neighborhood lines, separated by Victory Boulevard.
A new location in Rancho Santa Margarita is also planned with an opening early next year.
Fitness center at the former Inglewood horse racetrack will span a whopping 56,000 square feet.
Seafood restaurant will offer crab legs, lobster, shrimp, and more.
The nearly 30-year-old taco restaurant won’t open its new site in the Hollywood Park development for another few years.

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