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Kitchen 24: Hollywood's Newest All-Night Trendy Diner

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The latest food-wise buzz coming out of Hollywood these days is Kitchen 24, the new all-night, all-day trendy diner that has easily already become part of the Cahuenga Crawl itinerary. The food is decent enough and the service was clumsy (yet pretty fast). But that won't stop hoards of people patronizing the clad white restaurant, complete with full bar and DJ set up. That's because of one important factor: location. Nestled between two bars, Citizen Smith and Velvet Margarita, Kitchen 24 will serve the myriads of matinal and nocturnal people who visit those clubs and other businesses in the nearby area including Hotel Cafe, ArcLight, Amoeba, the soon-to-be Ecco, Theatre of Note and the list could go on and on.