Food Hall on Third Street Promenade brings Sloan’s, Everytable to Santa Monica

Food & Drinks
Everytable's Tamales de Chile Rojo (credit: Jason Clark)
Everytable’s Tamales de Chile Rojo (credit: Jason Clark)

After a design-savvy renovation, Third Street Promenade’s marquee two-story food hall The Gallery officially announces the first occupants to rouse an exciting new dining collective – the enterprising Everytable (May) and the whimsically boutique Sloan’s Ice Cream (early summer). Opening these sweet and savory offerings on the street level is The Gallery’s first move towards rostering a diverse collection of ultimately 10 culinary merchants, and the announcement primes the food hall for a future unveiling of ambitious chef-driven concepts on the deck level.

The socially-concious Everytable will set up just inside The Gallery’s main entryway in early May with a grab-and-go outpost, offering nutritious meals at affordable prices without compromising on quality. Everytable’s business model is driven by a belief that healthy food is a human right. Meals are made with wholesome ingredients and priced according to the neighborhoods each store serves (as low as $8 at The Gallery Food Hall).

A San Fernando Valley favorite, Sloan’s Ice Cream is sweet-toothed fantasyland of homemade ice cream, freshly baked sweets, hand dipped apples, and a huge variety of bulk candy housed inside a prismatic, chandelier rich shop. The scents of freshly baked waffle cones, cookies and brownies will dance about the shop’s front facing patio, enticing the nearly 15 million yearly Promenade pedestrians. Named as one of USA Today’s “10 Best Ice Cream Parlor’s in America,” this is the third California location for Sloan’s Ice Cream, which also has seven storefronts in Florida and one in Kuwait. Sloan’s Ice Cream is on track to open early this summer.

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Sloan’s Ice Cream

At approximately 13,000 sq. ft., The Gallery features two-levels of retro antiquity design amongst clean lines, exposed ceilings and premium finishes. The cool-classic design by Studio One Eleven with indoor and outdoor seating on unique Emeco 111 Red Chairs, each chair being made from 111 recycled plastic Coke® bottles. The second level features the Promenade’s only second-story outdoor dining patio, lined with cascading vertical succulent gardens and a pergola frame covering strung with twinkling bistro lights. “The Gallery has been over three years in the making, so we’re thrilled to finally announce our first two restaurants and welcome Sloan’s and Everytable to Santa Monica,” says Scott Schonfeld, Principal of Linwood Ventures. “Through a complete redevelopment and deliberate tenant selection, we are curating a truly unique dining experience and the destination food hall that Downtown Santa Monica deserves.” With target open dates scheduled throughout the summer of 2017, The Gallery is ready to establish itself as a prolific food hall in one of the country’s most recognizable shopping and entertainment districts. By introducing Sloan’s Ice Cream and Everytable, The Gallery Food Hall partners Lincoln Property Company & Linwood Ventures are realizing their shared vision of developing a modern marketplace that houses inventive cuisine, diversified offerings, and stylish surroundings in the heart of Santa Monica.

The Gallery Food Hall on Third Street Promenade.
The Gallery Food Hall on Third Street Promenade.

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