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Crooner-Coined Lounge Promising Italian Food Heads For Printers Alley

Another celebrity-themed bar is setting up shop downtown

Iconic crooner-themed Sinatra Bar & Lounge plans to open in Printers Alley in 2020, according to a press release from Icon Entertainment Group.

If the name sounds familiar, that’s the group behind both the Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline Museums, Nudie’s Honky Tonk, House of Cards, and Skull’s Rainbow Room. Icon Entertainment Group is also behind the Johnny Cash Kitchen and Saloon beside the aforementioned museum.

The group partners with Frank Sinatra Enterprises for the bar and lounge, to be located in the Southern Turf building in Printers Alley.

Sinatra Bar & Lounge’s menu will center around the iconic crooner’s favorite Italian dishes and drinks — one of which was Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey (who just happens to have a new Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select edition).

The lounge’s decor will, of course, feature photos of Sinatra, with an intended vibe that “reflects Manhattan and Palm Springs”.

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