The Kitchen Next Door hosts a fundraiser in Glendale tonight

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After nearly ten years as a fixture on Pearl Street in Boulder and expanding into Denver two years ago, The Kitchen is taking its community-inspired concept to yet another location. The Kitchen [Next Door] Glendale will officially open tomorrow, but it's holding a special celebration tonight at its new home in CitySet.

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Kimbal Musk, co-founder of the Kitchen, will be on hand to help open this fifth Kitchen extension (in addition to The Kitchen Boulder, The Kitchen Denver, The Kitchen [Next Door] Boulder and The Kitchen [Upstairs]). And there are more to come: The Kitchen will soon have spots in Fort Collins, at the renovated Union Station in Denver, and also in Chicago.

In CitySet, the restaurant joins an all-star lineup that includes Jax Fish House, Udi's, Cuba Cuba Sandwicheria, World of Beer and more.

Tickets for tonight's fundraising event are $50; a portion of the proceeds will go towards the Kitchen Community, the philanthropic arm of the Kitchen restaurants, whose goal is to connect students with healthy, fresh foods by creating learning gardens at schools across the nation. The fundraiser starts at 5:30 p.m. and runs until 8:30 p.m. at 658 South Colorado Boulevard, Building A.

Visit the Kitchen's website for more information or to book tickets.

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