Edo Little Bites Likely Opening Westfield Topanga Outpost in 2022

Village Shops, an expansion of Manhattan Village Center, will also see a location of the restaurant, opening sooner with a February 1, 2021 debut.
Listen To This Post

Chef Edoardo Baldi is looking to more than double the number of his edo Little Bites restaurant in Los Angeles by 2022. Baldi, who also owns the e. baldi Ristorante in Beverly Hills, is in negotiations to open a new location of edo Little Bites in Westfield Topanga by 2022. “Most likely we will” move forward, Baldi told What Now Los Angeles. The mall is currently undergoing a $70 million facelift. Post renovations, Westfield Topanga, at 6600 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, is expected to include a “chef-driven food hall” as part of what the mall is calling “The District.”

Sign up now to get our Daily Breaking News Alerts

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Opt out at anytime

Ahead of expanding to the Canoga Park mall, Baldi on February 1, 2021 will open an edo Little Bites, at 3280 N Sepulveda Boulevard, in Manhattan Beach’s Manhattan Village Center with a quick-service model that offers sandwiches, salads, and pastries. Manhattan Village Center completed a $12 million interior renovation in the spring of 2018 and is expected to complete a 53,300-square-foot expansion, called the Village Shops, by 2021. Baldi said that the planned edo Little Bites location will be the “focus point” of the Village Shops (rendering pictured above.)

Edo Little Bites currently operates in three locations: Palisades Village, Beverly Hills, and The Grove.

Michelle Goldchain

Michelle Goldchain is a D.C.-born content creator who previously worked as the Editor of Curbed DC at Vox Media for three and a half years. She has contributed to several local publications, including Vox, Education Week, Washington Business Journal, Eater DC, Washington City Paper, DCist, Washingtonian, and Greater Greater Washington. She also has a background in photography, social media management, and the visual arts. Her main side hustle is a surreal comedy show on YouTube, called Artsplained, that focuses on increasing interest and knowledge in the arts through quirky sketches and long-form essays.
0 0 vote
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Related Posts

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x

Pin It on Pinterest

Sign up now to get our Daily Breaking News Alerts

Be the first to know. Sign-up to get our breaking news alerts delivered straight to your inbox. Go ahead. It's absolutely free!