Primo Bistro Opens in West Hollywood [CLOSED]

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Primo Bistro is part of Primo Hospitality Group’s ambitious expansion plan.

Chef Tony Riviera and business partner Charlton E. Lui opened TONYS steakhouse at the Sunset Millennium complex on February 6. Less than two months later, Primo Hospitality Group is already expanding downhill, debuting the more casual Primo Bistro in West Hollywood’s Ramada Plaza on March 19.

Chris Mercier of FER Studio, who also designed TONYS, incorporated a 200-seat wraparound patio with orange umbrellas and a 50-person dining room with an exhibition kitchen. The space includes stone walls and dark wood floors. The seating: primarily banquette.

Riviera’s menu has changed since Primo Bistro last appeared on Food GPS in January.

Breakfast is available all-day, including dishes like Benedict at Sea ($13), incorporating smoked salmon; Warm Oatmeal ($7) with fresh berries, bananas and brown sugar; and a stack of Pancakes ($6). In the morning, you’ll find “coffee valet” service.

Later in the day, expect salads and paninis, plus Italian classics like Arancini ($7) with fresh mozzarella and prosciutto, Chicken Parmigiana ($12) with garlic ciabatta and balsamic-tossed greens, or Spaghetti and Meatballs ($13).

Primo Bistro secured a full liquor license, which allows the restaurant to serve the same $5 martinis that you’ll find at TONYS. Riviera’s team also oversees the Ramada lobby bar, poolside dining and room service.

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more fodder for the eurotrash…which is non-existent in the GEC (global economic crisis). Maybe the Strip scenester will descend…at least restaurant jobs will be filled

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