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Celebrate Together


Come experience timeless style, farm-to-table cuisine, and uniquely memorable experiences. Sunset Temple has all the amenities you want for your event without compromising on style & personality. For a taste of the distinct and absurdly fabulous, come visit us today!

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Celebrate Together


Come experience timeless style, farm-to-table cuisine, and uniquely memorable experiences. Sunset Temple has all the amenities you want for your event without compromising on style & personality. For a taste of the distinct and absurdly fabulous, come visit us today!

Located in the heart of North Park, Sunset Temple is a unique and intimate space for weddings & special events. With over 6,500 square-feet, our venue is equipped with a full kitchen, two bars and VIP mezzanine lounge.

Our ballroom offers a spacious dance floor, set before a unique proscenium stage framed with custom wood accents. The venue is also equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting as well as a large screen with rear-facing projector.

In addition to our timeless space, Sunset Temple provides catering for any palate and taste, impressing your guests from mouth-watering appetizers, to hand selected and personalized entrees and finishing with delectable desserts. Your guests can expect an exceptional experience from our professional staff who are dedicated to making your next function a stunning success!

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History


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History


The Newman-1.0.0.F. Building


Edward W. Newman was one of North Park’s most prolific builders of concrete constructions. He built many of the local Spanish colonial style houses in this material as well as this building on the Northeast corner of Kansas Street and University Avenue.

The building, planned in 1929 to serve as North Park’s first department store, had an open mezzanine around the ground floor and sidewalk display windows. The store closed after experiencing difficulties during the depression. The Odd Fellows remodeled the building in 1933 and it became the 1.0.0.F. Sunset Temple.