Officials will close Napa Valley Grille on Glendon Avenue Sunday to remodel its interior and renovate the outdoor patio.
The California-themed restaurant, which features a bar, outdoor patio and private rooms, will be closed for three months, said Karlee Kunkle, spokeswoman for Tavistock Restaurant Collection, which operates the restaurant.
Kunkle said restaurant managers felt it was time to update the restaurant’s aesthetics to reflect the changing Westwood community.
She added most of the renovations will focus on the restaurant’s interior, adding earth-tone colors and new textures, such as wood and copper, to the dining area. They will also remodel the restaurant’s private dining rooms to accommodate audio and visual presentations.
The outside patio will feature new furniture and a lounge area, according to a press release. Its new bar will also offer wine on tap.
Napa Valley Grille opened in 2001 to accommodate meetings, special occasions and casual dining. The renovated restaurant is expected to open in March, Kunkle said.
Compiled by Roberto Luna Jr., Bruin senior staff.