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Sunset on Belcourt arriving in Hillsboro Village this summer

The new restaurant and cigar lounge will bring al fresco dining to 2000 Belcourt Ave. this summer. The restaurant opens Thursday, July 11.

A bright covered cabana-style patio space with orange booths, colorful pillows, and tables and chairs.

Co-owner Joseph Johnson said he envisions Sunset on Belcourt as the “final piece” to the hospitality group’s portfolio of Hillsboro Village concepts. | Photo via Make A Play Hospitality

Add this new Hillsboro Village restaurant to your list of places to watch the sunset.

Sunset on Belcourt, which doubles as a cigar lounge, is expected to open this summer at 2000 Belcourt Ave. The 3,400-sqft patio is located behind Supper Club on Belcourt and can be accessed through the side gate next to the restaurant or from a separate entrance on Wedgewood Avenue.

  • The menus | Expect tapas-style bites and large plates, such as lamb chops, steak, and pasta + cocktails like Special Guidance Old Fashioned and Uncle Nearest Tea.
  • The space | Settle in for food and live music on the patio, which offers lounge furniture, high top tables, bar seating, and booths for larger parties. During the winter months, trade sunshine for the warmth of a covered patio.

The restaurant marks Make a Play Hospitality’s fourth concept on Belcourt Avenue, joining Bungalow10, Supper Club on Belcourt, and Jar Tapas + Cocktail.

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