A few more details about the new Kitchen 24 outpost in West Hollywood. Co-owned by Dave Dickerson, who's also a partner in Fairfax coffee shop Commissary (one of our favorite mid-summer affogato stops), the newest Kitchen 24 is slated to open in early February (pushed back from a planned October opening).
As Dickerson told us back in July, after this location opens: "He's setting his sights on launching locations in downtown LA, Studio City and the westside. Then, San Francisco, San Diego and possibly even Las Vegas beckon."
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Located in the heart of Boys Town on Santa Monica Boulevard a couple blocks west of La Cienega, the West Hollywood restaurant, like the original Hollywood location, was designed by Spacecraft in ice cream hues: chocolate brown, pale vanilla and strawberry pink. The interior is anchored by a bar that wraps around the entire diner and boasts an additional coffee bar, while the exterior features a large communal table.
As the name implies, the eatery will be open around the clock.
Elina Shatkin is a staff writer at LA Weekly. Follow her at @elinashatkin or contact her at email@example.com.