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Food

Kitchen 24 Expanding to West Hollywood

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Rendering of Kitchen 24 West Hollywood courtesy Spacecraft Group
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The ink is barely dry on the lease for Kitchen 24's new West Hollywood location, but the Spacecraft Group are eager to get the word out about the popular diner-style 'round the clock eatery's westward expansion.

Designers promise a space at 8575 Santa Monica Boulevard (formerly Primo Bistro) that is similar to the Cahuenga Boulevard original in Hollywood, but "with a slight twist."

The restaurant, which offers a high-end take on diner fare like hearty breakfasts, burgers and sandwiches, and fountain-style shakes and desserts, is expected to open in WeHo in the fall.