Bristol Farms Newfound Market Debuts at Irvine Spectrum Center
Gourmet grocer Bristol Farms has opened a new culinary concept at Irvine Spectrum Center.
Called Bristol Farms Newfound Market, the 34,000-square-foot grocery venue features an elevated food hall with seven of its own chef-created restaurant brands.
It’s among the latest in new, innovative grocers moving into Irvine Company retail centers.
“If you’re someone who loves to cook, entertain or are a passionate foodie, we invite you to come and explore,” says Bristol Farms CEO Adam Caldecott, who refers to the new store as Bristol Farms 3.0.
Step inside, and you’ll find thousands of natural and organic food items, a boutique wine shop with wine stewards to assist you, and grass-fed beef from responsibly managed ranches.
You’ll also find a full-service restaurant, a European-style café and five fast-casual venues with fresh, modern twists on traditional favorites.
A Look Inside Bristol Farms Newfound Market at Irvine Spectrum Center
Foodie Options: The Restaurants at Newfound Market
- Horton’s Hot Chicken: An artisan fried chicken shop, serving up regional deep-fried goodness from their black-tea brined Nashville Hot Fried Chicken Sandwich to the Korean Fried Chicken Sandwich with kimchi aioli.
- Rooted Plant-Based Plates: This fast casual venue offers signature and seasonal vegan dishes with local produce and international flavors. The menu includes their Ocean Bowl with spirulina-laced coconut yogurt, Smashed English Pea and Cucumber Guacamole, and Kimchi Fritters.
- Swell Seafood: Inspired by seafood shacks along Pacific Coast Highway, Swell takes casual beachside food and gives it a global twist. Peruvian ceviche, lobster rolls, fresh fish tacos and tater tots topped with crème fraiche and caviar continue the elevated road trip vibe.
- PIKAPIKA: Modern meets traditional as sushi chefs transform the freshest seafood into innovative rolls and bowls. Standouts include Chimichurri Grilled Shrimp Roll and Kung Pao Pastrami Bowl.
- goodgreens: BYO and Signature Salads like their Giddyup Cowboy, a grilled flatiron steak salad with Point Reyes blue cheese dressing, makes healthy, flavorful, and environmentally sustainable food easily accessible.
- Heart & Hand: A European inspired café with an outdoor patio and fire pit, serving La Colombe coffee and showcasing the craft of a true barista experience, along with smoothies, fresh-pressed organic juices, acai bowls, shake bombs featuring Straus Creamery and Oatly soft serves, and brunch fare.
- Viaggio Pizzeria: A full-service restaurant with outdoor seating offers seasonal menus featuring artisanal pizzas & pastas, craft cocktails and a curated wine and beer list. Wood-fired pizzas are made with Carinspring Mills Edison & Glacier Peak stone-milled flours (fermented in-house for at least 36 hours), handmade pasta, and Gramma’s meatballs.