Restaurant ceases operations September 23
By Dolores Quintana
Fresh Corn Grill, a small chain based in Westwood that serves “a unique take on California cuisine” as stated on their website, has closed their Santa Monica location as of September 23 as reported by Toddrickallen.com.
Their original location in Westwood and second location in West Hollywood remain open. According to Toddrickallen.com, the company is undergoing a restructuring which necessitates the closure of the location at 720 Wilshire, which opened just over two years ago in the space the used to be home to Baja Fresh.
Founded in 2006, Fresh Corn Grill officers a “unique take on California cuisine, healthy portions of freshly made salads, hearty pastas, flavorful pizzas, and specialty plates are highlighted with tacos and enchiladas, Fresh Corn Grill style,” according to their website.
The concept of the menu was born with the Fresh Corn Grilled Salad: a mix of asparagus, corn, grilled zucchini grilled, avocado and tomatoes on a bed of mixed greens with a vinaigrette dressing.
The Westwood location is at 1266 Westwood Boulevard and is open Monday-Saturday from 11:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. The West Hollywood location is at 8714 Santa Monica Boulevard and is open from 11:30 – 8:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 12-8 Sundays.