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The Team Behind Trina’s Starlite Lounge Just Opened a New Restaurant on Plum Island

Sunset Club debuted last Friday and is serving ceviche, burgers, tacos, and more

A white sign with orange text that reads “Sunset Club: Food + Drinks + Views” backdropped by a sunset over a marsh
Sunset Club is now open on Plum Island
Sunset Club

Starlite Management Company, the team behind Trina’s Starlite Lounge, Audubon, Parlor Sports, and the Paddle Inn, debuted a new restaurant on Plum Island late last week. Sunset Club opened on Friday at 4 Old Point Rd. inside the former Angie’s Service Station space, and it features a huge outdoor dining section (with fire pits!), as well as a four-season indoor dining room and bar.

Sunset Club is located at the foot of Plum Island’s residential section, directly across the street from the northern stretches of the Great Marsh, not far from where Plumbush Creek begins to empty into the mouth of the Merrimack River. As such, the views are breathtaking.

Sunset Club’s menu features a mix of mostly seafood dishes inspired by cuisines from across the globe, including poke, fish tacos, ceviche, oysters, cod cakes, and shrimp Louie. For non-seafood eaters, there’s a smashed patty burger, a Cuban sandwich, veggie tacos, duck empanadas, and more. The bar menu features frosé, frozen margaritas, a list of beach-inspired cocktails (including Sunset Club’s take on a piña colada), plenty of canned beer (from Corona to Notch), and a small selection of wine.

The restaurant will primarily operate as an outdoor space, and it can accommodate 164 diners. And with views like the ones you’ll find at Sunset Club, who wants to sit inside anyway?

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