Taubman Centers, Inc. (NYSE: TCO) today announced four new restaurants will join Beverly Center's culinary lineup as part of the shopping and dining destination's $500 million reimagination. The restaurants -- Cal Mare, Eggslut, FARMHOUSE and Yardbird -- will be located on Level 1 and all are anticipated to open by the end of 2018. More award-winning, exciting concepts will be announced this year.

"We have always focused on food as a key component of Beverly Center's renovation," said Taubman's Chief Operating Officer William Taubman. "In doing so, we have curated a collection of point-of-difference restaurants offering a variety of different cuisine and price points from which to choose. The experience will be unlike anything offered in the market today."

Full-Service Restaurants:

Cal Mare by Chef Michael Mina

A brand new 8,200 square foot concept from James Beard Award-winning, Michelin-starred Chef Michael Mina, Cal Mare is a celebration of coastal Italian cuisine with Mediterranean and Californian influences. Conceived along with chef partner Adam Sobel, the menu will focus on seafood for satiating but light and healthy Italian meals. The restaurant's design will evoke the vibrant seaside elegance of Italy's Amalfi Coast with a nod to its contemporary southern California setting.

"It's an honor to partner with Adam Sobel for Cal Mare at Beverly Center, as well as so many other chefs that will be lending their talents to The Street, A Michael Mina Social House, that we announced last year," said Chef Mina. "I am incredibly excited to share our celebration of global cuisines and our truly dynamic spaces with the Los Angeles community."

Located on Level 8, The Street will offer a variety of cuisine from Chef Mina and approximately 15 to 18 other chefs. The food will be served from hawker stations reminiscent of the great bazaars of the world. The venue's indoor seating and outdoor dining terrace offer incredible views of the Hollywood Hills and downtown Los Angeles.

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