Celebrity chef Richard Blais has brought his fried chicken restaurant, Crack Shack, to the Westfield Century City Mall in Los Angeles, marking the concept’s fourth location as it continues to expand throughout California. The 5,200-square-foot restaurant has a modern and industrial feel, with a mix of both barn-like and whimsical elements, including reclaimed wood, bonderized metal wall paneling, and Crack Shack's signature large rooster statue.

Shawmut collaborated with Juniper Hospitality Group and PGAL (formerly Bluemotif Architecture) to fit-out the space, which features high ceilings, tall windows, an interactive outdoor patio, and a centerpiece bar featuring gold hues, dark tile, and a custom LED light liquor shelf in blackened steel.

Shawmut is currently working on Crack Shack’s Pasadena location, fitting out a former recording studio to prepare the space for its fall 2018 opening.