Crack Shack Century City
The first Los Angeles location for Crack Shack, the new restaurant is located at the famous Westfield shopping center.
The 5,2000-square-foot eatery continues the casual yet chic vibe with a rustic farmhouse feel. Because the restaurant sits at the outskirts of the facility, the design was able to stay true to The Crack Shack vision and opens to extensive open-air space. The custom artwork/murals by artist Matt Forderer, add a playful chicken twist to Los Angeles sports. A highlight of the restaurant is the city’s first Moet & Chandon vending machine - a sure fire compliment to the restaurant’s five-star fried Jidori chicken menu.
Communal seating and a large outdoor patio with room for games and flexible gathering are further highlighted by the suspended wood bar soffit detailed with tube steel rods, LED lights, and custom breeze block.
- Custom artwork and murals featuring playful chicken-themed imagery.
- Flexible private and communal seating for indoor-outdoor gathering.
- User entertainment spaces and fixtures for patio games.