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True Food Kitchen Founder Opening All-Day Player in West Hollywood

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The Sam Fox-backed eatery satisfies all sorts of needs

The Henry
The Henry floorplan
The Henry

The Robertson Plaza overhaul is nearly complete, with the final piece of the puzzle, The Henry, slated to open later this month. The Henry takes over the former The Newsroom location, and will anchor the massive 100,000 square foot property with its centrally located, neighborhood appeal.

And as with any good neighborhood restaurant, the concept that comes by way of restauranteur Sam Fox of the True Food Kitchen empire will serve all day. That means it’s a local one-stop-shop for everything from morning coffee and avocado toast to dinnertime dry-aged New York strip.

Similar to the original Phoenix location, The Henry West Hollywood will be marked by the intersection of industrial and classic styles, with a hint of Gatsby-era charm to warm it all up. With a loungey patio, sprawling indoor/outdoor bar shaking up after-work libations, and expansive interior space that harks back to The Newsroom with a wall of library books and newspapers, The Henry checks all the boxes for all-day needs.

The Henry joins the recently opened cocktail bar Bibo and Blue Bottle Coffee.

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