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Come January, your food, drink and entertainment options in popular Sundance Square expand with the addition of 3rd Street Bar & Grill, the latest venture for Fort Worth’s Al Abbood, who has more than 30-years-experience in the food industry, including 10 years as the owner of local favorites Z Grill and Sonoma Grill.

Along with Fort Worth native Chef Steve Mitchell, Abbood is promising a truly unique restaurant concept combined with the “very best of live enter entertainment in Fort Worth,” according to the venue’s Facebook page (facebook.com/3rdStreetBarandGrill).

“We have been looking for the right partners for this space and Al and Steve will bring a lot of experience to Sundance Square,” Johnny Campbell, president and CEO of Sundance Square, said in a news release. “We envision 3rd Street Bar & Grill providing visitors with a comfortable interior and patio space to relax and enjoy a fabulous meal, as well as fun entertainment.”

Located at 425 W. Third St. in The Carnegie, the restaurant and entertainment venue will feature an extensive menu, a portfolio of beer, wine and spirits, including many locally-crafted favorites, and will offer sports viewing, happy hours and live music, the release said.

Sundance Square spans 35 blocks in downtown Fort Worth and attracts more than 10 million visitors each year for dining, shopping, events and performances.


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