The restaurant activity in the Conejo Valley continues to move at a very fast pace with high demand for restaurant spaces and not much supply as compared to previous years.
Here is the latest movement in the restaurant world of Conjeo Valley:
The Counter in Westlake Village near Lure Fish House just closed its doors for good at this location. No new restaurant has been slated yet to replace them so stay tuned. But Barone’s Pizzeria is slated to open soon in the location just to the left of the old Counter location and I hear good things about Barone’s.
Coco’s in Calabasas off Las Virgenes Road has also shut its doors and this space is now available for lease. Rumor has it that Buffalo Wild Wings might be leasing the space.
Wolf Creek also closed its doors in Calabasas so this doesn’t bode well for that center which already lost The Village Fish Market which has been closed since 2013.
In Oak Park, Nicos has closed down and will be replaced by Charhouse Barbecue Restaurant. In the same center, Margaritas Mexican Grill just opened recently and replaced Cigale Cafe and the former Starbucks location is now becoming a smoothie/coffee/juice type business. The Fresh & Easy market just shut its doors in the shopping center across the street where Starbucks relocated to and the Fresh & Easy space is a big hole to fill which won’t be easy to do.
Plata Mexican food at the Whizins Market Square in Agoura Hills is now open in the former Latigo Kid location so they join Hugos, Tifa Gelato and Chocolate, and Wood Ranch at this center.
Gippinos restaurant, with an existing location in Moorpark, is going to replace Vittelo’s Restaurant in Westlake Village this summer.
Stay tuned for the next restaurant update soon!