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The Kitchen Grows with Cherry Creek North Outpost

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The twelve year old Boulder-born restaurant is opening a second Denver location.

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The Kitchen's founders Kimbal Musk and Hugo Matheson confirmed plans for an outpost of their popular restaurant in Cherry Creek North. This second Denver location will launch in August in the new Coda building at 100 Steele Street.

"The moment we opened in Denver, guests have been asking us to bring The Kitchen to Cherry Creek. It's a wonderful community and one of the hearts of Denver," said Musk in a press release. "We can't wait to be a part of the neighborhood."

The 4,500 square foot space will be designed by Hugo Matheson in partnership with Denver-based Semple Brown, the company that oversaw the execution of other locations of The Kitchen. The interior, with room for up to 125 guests, aims to build on the cozy look and feel of original The Kitchen in Boulder. There will be wood floors and beamed ceilings, reflective materials, exposed lamps, and custom fixtures.

A centralized wood-burning oven will turn out flat breads and roasted meats while the guests will enjoy their farm-fresh meal in the comfortable dining room, at the expansive chef's table, in the large bar area, or on the trellis-covered patio surrounded by an outdoor urban garden.

The Kitchen is currently hiring a general manager and head chef to lead The Kitchen Cherry Creek. Details are available here.

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