Dallas' Sunset Lounge grand opening set for Jan. 23

Posted 7:18am on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013

Sunset Lounge, described as "a neighborhood bar with a 1960's Southern California vibe," features a full bar serving local beers, artisanal wines and handcrafted cocktails and a kitchen that is open late with a menu that includes Roasted Pork Tacos, Grilled Fish Tacos, Ceviche and Plaintain Chips.

After closing last September to undergo a major renovation, Sunset quietly had a soft opening in December. Where Sunset was previously a Fri-Sat evening nightclub, it is now a neighborhood bar open seven nights a week.

The duo behind the popular Bowl & Barrel, Josh Sepkowitz and Kyle Noonan have announced that they will officially open Sunset Lounge on Wednesday, Jan, 23 with a Grand Opening party from 6-10 p.m. As part of the festivities, everything (food or drink) will be $3.

"Great cocktails, fresh food and the Bohemian decor all work hand-in-hand to create Sunset's effortlessly cool and laid back vibe," Sepkowitz said.

The partners have also brought in well-known mixologist Eddie "Lucky" Campbell to run the bar at the Sunset Lounge. Known throughout DFW as one of the best in the bar business, Campbell has been all over the Metroplex, including Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek and more recently downtown Dallas' Chesterfield.

"We are very excited to have 'Lucky' be a part of the team here at Sunset," Noonan said. "He is at the top of his craft and his energy and passion are infectious to everyone around him."

SUNSET LOUNGE 3030 ROSS AVENUE DALLAS, TX 75204 (214) 823-8193






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