Mercado Bringing Contemporary Mexican To Manhattan Village Soon…

As you may know, Manhattan Village is currently getting tarted up with a $180 million redo.  Flashy new shops and restaurants are promised.  One of the first out of the gate is a brand new branch of Jesse Gomez’/Jose Acevedo’s ever-popular contemporary Mexican powerhouse Mercado, moving into the old Brickworks space at the front of the mall.  It looks like they’re shooting for a Summer 2019 opening.



Brickworks Roasthouse And Grill Opens November 18 in MB

It’s official: The highly anticipated Brickworks Roasthouse and Grill is poised to open its doors on Monday November 18th in the old  LA Food Show space in the soon-to-be redeveloped Manhattan Village Mall at 3212 N. Sepulveda in Manhattan Beach.  The menu of burgers, salads, sandwiches, steaks, and  fish is served in a casual setting that includes a dining room, communal tables, full bar, and even a display kitchen.  “Roasthouse” refers to the fact that their food is prepared in an almond wood burning stone oven, a cherry wood smoker, or a mesquite burning wheel grill.  Read more at: brickworksroasthouse.



Brickworks Roasthouse & Grill Coming Soon To Manhattan Beach

A few weeks ago I told you about a new restaurant under construction in the cavernous old LA Food Show space in the Manhattan Village Mall at the corner of Rosecrans and Sepulveda in Manhattan Beach.  At the time, I couldn’t track down a name, only a parent company, VMI Services, but the construction people told me the name was going to be Brick Roast House.  Well, they were fairly close as signs went up on the construction site recently announcing the name of the brand new restaurant is going to be Brickworks Roasthouse & Grill.  No word on an opening date yet, but I’ll keep my eye on it…