Chef Matthew Kenney, along with partners Michel Francoeur and Antony Besso, announce the launch of the new fast-casual dining concept, MAKE OUT.
The recently opened MAKE OUT integrates the plant-based lifestyle into a fast-casual café for the everyday eater. The modern and chic cafe is located in the heart of Culver City, Los Angeles and features carefully crafted juices, nutritiously centered food and intelligently selected take-out products. Seasonal juice blends and smoothies, named after local attractions, demonstrate Kenney’s attention to flavor balancing and culinary nutrition. Signature juices include; Beachwood (celery, dandelion, pear, grapefruit, and lemon), Ojai (coconut water, apple, burdock, ginger, and cayenne), and Hollywood (banana, cacao, almond milk, cacao nibs, and honey) which make the perfect quick breakfast, afternoon boost, or post-workout option.
Open (from 8am to 8pm) daily, guests find comfort and community in the atmosphere, lined with inviting café-style tables and banquets, and a knowledgeable and passionate team while enjoying the nourishment of chef-driven dishes like Maitake Mushroom with watermelon radish, and harissa; Quinoa Falafel Wrap with cherry tomato, arugula, cured olives, and tahini; and Cashew Chèvre Toast with pickled beets and micro basil. Unique to the MAKE OUT experience is the concept’s abundance of raw pastries and sweets including French Macaroons, Citrus Bars, or Fudge Brownies. Other items will include fresh salads, wraps, beverages and snacks such as Za’atar Crackers, Pistachio Guacamole, or Chia Parfaits.
Kenney and his partners, Michel Francoeur – who will act as Creative Director of the MAKE OUT brand – and businessman/health and wellness advocate Antony Besso, worked with interior designer Aly Daly to produce a contemporary Southern California atmosphere. While showcasing the innovative and appealing approach set forth by its Co-founder, world-renowned plant-based chef Matthew Kenney, MAKE OUT will cater to the growing demand for plant-based whole foods and make them accessible in an everyday setting.
9426 W. Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232