Design inspired by L.A.’s famed Sunset Boulevard features 21 new dining and retail destinations; newly revealed first-of-its-kind The Marketplace by Wolfgang Puck
In partnership with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), Westfield is giving a sneak peek of the transformation coming to Terminal 6 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) with the release of an exclusive new video. Inspired by Los Angeles’ iconic Sunset Boulevard, the new design will feature 14 L.A.-based brands and 13 new airport firsts anywhere, and unite the terminal’s existing disjointed buildings into a seamless, cutting-edge consumer experience.
Transformation to feature 24 new dining and retail concepts when complete; Bold new design of Southwest flagship will excite and delight more than 7M travelers annually
Six new dining and retail destinations – including four Southern California concepts – will be coming to Terminal 1 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), part of a $508 million overhaul spearheaded by Southwest Airlines in partnership with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), Westfield announced today. The new venues – which include four new retail shops, a spa and an L.A.-based rock-inspired restaurant – are the first step in a dramatic transformation of Terminal 1 that, when completed, will feature 24 new dining and retail concepts with a bold new terminal design.
The six new locations are expected to open progressively, with the total transformation of Terminal 1 completed in 2018.
Westfield is excited to announce that on approximately January 9, 2015, the CEP for LAX Terminal 6 will be released for the following three (3) opportunities:
- 665 / 664 – F&B (1,402 SF combined as one single space)
- 662 – F&B (449 SF)
- 660 – F&B (759 SF)
The three (3) concepts shall possess a vibrant “Los Angeles” focused, local chef-driven, marketplace that utilizes all three (3) of the spaces detailed below collectively.
- Space 665/664 - “Marketplace Café Concept” – Focus should be on local chef-driven concept featuring gourmet sandwiches, salads, soups, etc.:
- Bakery – fresh baked goods, cupcakes, pastries, etc.
- Cheese & Charcuterie Selection
- Deli Case – grilled vegetables, roasted meats, chicken, fish, fruit, etc.
- Dinner Items – hot food; short ribs, roasted chicken, etc.
- Breakfast – breakfast sandwiches, steel cut oatmeal, coffee, etc.
- Gourmet Grocery – specialty food items; olive oils, gourmet jam, honey, pasta, etc.
- Sandwiches, Soups, Salads, Hummus Selection
- Gourmet Ice Cream Component (optional)
- Space 662 – Ramen Noodle Type Concept
- Space 660 – Pizzeria
- Traditional wood-fire oven pizza served as a whole pizza or individual slices.
- Also ability to sell select authentic Italian style hot and cold sandwiches, salads and desserts.
Thank you for your interest. Contact Jason Feeley of Westfield at email@example.com with questions or suggestions about the locations.
Get buzzed at Lamill Coffee, a chic newcomer to the coffee scene from Los Angeles’ trendy Silverlake neighborhood. Located post-security in the North Concourse, Lamill introduces a fresh, new culinary approach to coffee that goes far beyond standard coffeehouse fare, including delectable pastries and light bites presented in a high-style, modern setting. Lamill Coffee is new to LAX and an airport first.
Now serving, L.A. favorites by HMSHost highlight Westfield’s massive new dining & retail collection
LOS ANGELES, CA — Global restaurateur HMSHost, in partnership with Westfield, creator of iconic shopping destinations around the globe, is celebrating the debut of unparalleled new dining at the New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Travelers from around the world are now delighting in the terminal’s breathtaking design, world-class amenities, and premier retail and dining collections curated by Westfield.
A hallmark of the new collection is the celebration of local restaurateurs by HMSHost and Westfield, with culinary delights ink.sack, Border Grill, CHAYA, Umami Burger, 800 Degrees, Vanilla Bake Shop and Starbucks Evenings now open in the terminal. Additional new and exciting dining – including Larder at Tavern and Starbucks – and shops will open progressively in the coming days and weeks.
Californians and international visitors alike can rejoice in the California-eclectic mix of gourmet comfort foods at Marmalade Café, now serving in Tom Bradley International Terminal’s Dining Terrace. Savor menu items like house made chicken enchiladas, roasted veggie & goat cheese lasagna and quinoa vegetable soup, or sandwiches featuring locally baked La Brea Bakery bread, washed down by a selection of California wines and craft and imported beers. Breakfast items include the spicy tortilla and chorizo scramble or the signature Marmalade burrito with smoked bacon, potatoes, scrambled eggs, jack & cheddar cheese, along with house-baked pastries. Marmalade Café is an airport first.
Made-from-scratch cupcakes and delicious, dainty confections are now available in Tom Bradley with the debut of Vanilla Bake Shop. The shop – which hails from Santa Monica, is a favorite among those looking to satisfy their sweet tooth, and has been chosen as one of Martha Stewart’s favorite destinations for cupcakes and one of Los Angeles Magazine’s top bakeries. Located in the South Concourse, Vanilla Bake Shop is operated by HMS Host and is new to LAX – and a debut airport concept.
Discover great wines at Vino Volo, now serving selections from California and around the world in the Boutique District of Tom Bradley’s Villaraigosa Pavillion. Grab a seat at the bar for by-the-glass wines or tasting flights while feasting on an elegant food menu inspired by wine country with dishes such as locally-produced cheese and charcuterie, smoked salmon rolls and more. All dishes are available for travelers to enjoy in the Edge Lounge – or elsewhere in the terminal – or carry with them onto their flight. Operated by Taste Inc., Vino Volo is 1,549-square-feet and new to LAX.