One of the largest food additions yet is coming to The Bloc.

Joey DTLA, part of a casual chain that serves dishes from different regional cuisines, including Latin, American, Italian and Asian, is planning a July 31 grand opening, and signage is visible on Seventh Street.

The Joey restaurants come from Canada, where there are 20 locations, but have spread stateside with outposts across the Pacific Northwest and, locally, in Woodland Hills. The 8.870-square-foot interior has an open industrial look along with a street-level patio, brown wooden tables, black chairs and plenty of greenery.

"We're thrilled to add JOEY DTLA to our collection of restaurants," said Jeff Fuller, CEO of JOEY Restaurant Group in a prepared statement. "As one of the most globally connected cities in the world, Los Angeles is the ideal place to expand."

The globally inspired dishes include a Korean fried cauliflower bowl, steak and lobster ravioli and sake glazed Chilean sea bass. The restaurant also includes an extensive wine, beer and cocktail list to help wash down your meal. 

Joey DTLA will be open Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.- 1 a.m. and Sundays, 11 a.m.-midnight.

Coming to 700 S. Flower St.

©Los Angeles Downtown News 2019