State Street Market is set to undergo a bit of a makeover, with a new group of vendors planned for the downtown Los Altos food hall. The revamp will mean closing the market from sometime in February through the end of March.
New artisanal food vendors will include Konjoe Burger and Little Sky Bakery. The bakery has been operating as a pop-up at the food hall and will continue to expand offerings, according to Robert Hindman, managing director of Los Altos Community Investments, owner of State Street Market.
“More vendors announcements are coming soon,” he said.
Meanwhile, LACI is overseeing the installation of six DC fast chargers (with 11 EVF charger hookups) in the parking plaza adjacent to State Street Market, part of a collaboration with PG&E and PowerFlex, a provider of renewable energy infrastructure.
“In order to accommodate these changes, and several new tenant build-outs, State Street Market will temporarily close for several weeks in February-March,” Hindman said.
There is no word from LACI yet about what specifically prompted the food hall changes.
"Successful food halls evolve with culinary tastes and in response to customer feedback," Hindman said.
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