When shoppers head to Valley Fair to check out phase one of the center’s $1.1 billion expansion, they’ll see tempting signs of what’s to come in the way of new restaurants.
The Restaurant Collection, which is being built around an open-air plaza, will include both upscale destinations and popular fast-casual spots. Look for a flurry of openings from now through year’s end.
Among the heavy hitters joining the center will be iChina, a luxury two-level restaurant serving modern Chinese cuisine; Mastro’s, an upscale steakhouse known for its Kobe beef and wine offerings; King’s Fish House, a Southern California favorite; and Bamboo Sushi, a sustainable sushi eatery now expanding in the Bay Area.
The first to welcome customers will be a couple of cult favorites. Both Shake Shack, the New York-born burger joint, and Salt & Straw, known for its small-batch, hand-crafted ice cream, are expected to open sometime this month.
Capping off this restaurant row will be Eataly, the Italian food marketplace that has selected Valley Fair and Silicon Valley for its first Northern California emporium. As previously announced, a 2021 opening is forecast for this “shop, eat, learn” concept that will feature products from Italy’s 20 regions as well as local purveyors.
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