Apparently 24-hour late-night spots are all the rage these days, says USA Today. We could've told them that: Kitchen 24 (highlighted in the article for having a celeb clientele and "better, more gourmet, than...at a Denny's") is probably the most successful of the newbies who jumped on the trend last year(the Waffle never went 24/7/365, Lift and Mode closed as soon as they opened). Of course Swingers and Cafe 101 still get business, and Sweet Love Hangover is the next slated for Hollywood. But that begs the question: Do all these all-nighters have to be in one area? [USA Today; ELA]
The 24-Hour Trend, Cont.
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