Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Sundown on Greenville Avenue adds brunch and live music
It was only a matter of time.
DALLAS Sundown is on the rise. Starting in early October, the Granada Theater restaurant will serve brunch on Saturdays and Sundays; and starting in late October, it will have live music every night.
First, brunch: It starts Saturday, October 6 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is crafted by Chef Patrick Stark. We salivate at the idea of The Sundown Benedict (Shiner brisket, BBQ hollandaise, and a poached egg on wheat slider buns, served with sweet potato hash) or the Hammered Goat Frittata (drunken red wine mushrooms, goat cheese, mozzarella, honey, and truffle oil). Both play on beloved items on Sundown's regular menu.
We know how Dallasites love their brunch, so this spot will be a popular Saturday and Sunday spot.
Now, live music: A stage in the dining room will have room for 250 people. They're really packing them in. You can also watch on a big screen on the rooftop patio. (It's great up there for Cowboys games, we can say from experience.)
Live music begins Thursday, October 25 with Dallas band Boys Named Sue. Other notable local bands playing Sundown's new stage are Whiskey Folk Ramblers on Sunday, October 28 (and every Sunday); Larry G(ee) on Friday, November 2; and The Roomsounds on Saturday, November 3.
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