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Bristol Farms Debuts Remodeled West Hollywood Store

Bristol Farms West Hollywood

Southern California specialty grocer Bristol Farms this week reopened its remodeled West Hollywood store at 9039 Beverly Boulevard.

“Our newly remodeled Beverly and Doheny store, the former site of the ‘World Famous Chasen’s Restaurant,’ brings together everything that Hollywood and Beverly Hills is today, as well as celebrating all the fame and excitement of yesteryear,” said Kevin Davis, president and CEO of Bristol Farms.

Bristol seafoodThe extraordinary neighborhood and surrounding community has always been an exceptional fit for a high-quality fresh food store like Bristol Farms,” he added. “Our best tasting, freshest food product mix has always been unique to the area and fulfills a need that the Beverly Hills and West Hollywood community is hungry for.”

Bristol Farms places an emphasis on its fresh departments, including its deli and cheese departments, restaurant quality grab-and-go foods, full-service specialty meat, seafood and sushi departments as well as its locally grown organic produce.

“…This store location and size offers us the opportunity to expand our total offering to provide even more for our customers’ everyday needs, and we are very excited about it,” said Davis.

Bristol produceThe newly remodeled store in West Hollywood features a new décor package that “celebrates and highlights the spirit and passion of the West Hollywood community in a fun and exciting manner,” according to Davis.

“Bristol Farms West Hollywood has all the bells and whistles of a regular Bristol Farms with an expanded everyday grocery section that allows for all of your everyday shopping needs. More in store than ever before,” said Davis.

Bristol boothsAmong the store’s features: Farm Fresh Salad Bar; fresh sushi prepared daily by master sushi chefs; made-fresh-daily Hawaiian Poke Bar; Fresh from our Kitchens Homemade Soup Bar; artisan style wood stone pizza oven; made-to-order in-house Smoked Sandwich Carving Station featuring fresh cooked tri tip, pulled pork and hot turkey; more than 350 different types of artisan cheeses from around the world; a selection of produce from around the world, including locally grown natural and organic items; fresh, hand-selected seafood delivered fresh daily; organic and free-range poultry/antibiotic- and hormone-free and Bristol deliair-chilled chicken; hormone- and antibiotic-free American-raised all-natural beef, including prime and aged beef; ready-to-eat and prepared foods that are healthy and restaurant quality; olive bar featuring varieties from around the world; European artisan hearth-style breads baked fresh daily; full selection of dairy products, both organic and conventional; full-service floral shop featuring quality flowers and plants from all over the world with floral designers on site; and thousands of everyday grocery items.

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