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What to Expect at the Newly-Renovated Sonoma Cellar at Sunset Station

After undergoing a significant renovation, Sonoma Cellar steakhouse inside Sunset Station has reopened not only with an entirely new look but a new menu too! Led by Louisiana-born Chef Britt Beeland, Sonoma Cellar’s new menu features many specialty items created just for the Sunset Station steakhouse.

New Look, New Menu

Ready for some new menu items and bar menu? Well here you go!

New menu items include a crab cocktail served with white remoulade, Penn Cove mussels, tableside steak tartar, a house-made steak sauce, bone marrow, and smoked pork belly made with a Southern grits mousse, bourbon maple, and rainbow chard.

Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about the libations. The new Sonoma Cellar features a special bar menu from 4-6 p.m. daily, with Cajun touches included such as fried green tomatoes, Buffalo frog legs and crab dip.

As the restaurant’s name would suggest, Sonoma Cellar is also home to a wine cellar that contains 280 varieties. And although the look and feel of Sonoma is completely new, the new menu does feature some of Sonoma’s most popular dishes, such as the 20-ounce rib eye, shrimp cocktail or oysters.

Before & After

As for the restaurant’s fresh look, those familiar with the former space will immediately notice the brighter, light gray stone façade with white trim that greets guests outside the steakhouse. The new Sonoma Cellar retains the wine cellar theme, but with the updated color scheme of light gray and white, with emerald green interspersed throughout the space.

The new bar area is twice the size of the former bar area, creating a beautiful, open space for socializing with friends and your favorite libation. Mirrored walls help open up the space while elegant details such as the light-gray, faux stone finished walls help create a high-end, neighborhood steakhouse experience.

In the main dining area, cream colored chairs surround the dining tables, while emerald colored booths add pops of color. In addition to the new design touches, Sonoma will also source its meats through Niman Ranch, ensuring the freshest product available. Beginning with the re-opening, all meat will be aged in-house, to give guests the freshest and best product available.

Sonoma Cellar is open for dinner daily from 5 p.m., with happy hour starting at 4 p.m. in the bar area.

For reservations, please call 702-547-7777.

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