Topanga Social Is The Next-Gen Ghost Kitchen Turned Food Hall

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Topanga Social Is The Next-Gen Ghost Kitchen Turned Food Hall

Last month, Earl Enterprises launched Topanga Social, a 27-concept food hall in the newly renovated 180k sqft Westfield Topanga mall as part of a five-year $250mm renovation in Canoga Park, CA. The developer demolished and transformed a former Sears store into a luxury retail destination with Hèrmes as an anchor tenant alongside Dior and Valentino as well as a full-service AMC dine-in theater. Many of the eateries inside of the 55k sqft food hall are single-unit, LA-based operators like D-Town Pizzeria, Amboy Quality Meats, Mini Kabob, and Mad Lab Coffee. As a master concessionaire, Earl is operating the entire food hall, curating and licensing each concept it doesn’t incubate itself. Sprinkled throughout the space are kiosks where customers can mix and match from different concepts into a single transaction, receiving text messages when each order is ready to consume inside the 700-seat space. Topanga Social also plans to soon launch pickup and delivery on its own app as well as third-party delivery marketplaces.

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