Sunset Entertainment Group founders Chris Breed and Alan Hajjar, the men responsible for countless destinations in Los Angeles have partnered with prominent promoter Robert Kennedy create Los Angeles’ newest lounge, Confession, in a historic building in Los Angeles. Confession will offer a carefully curated menu of great bites and tasty cocktails to its trendsetting clientele.
Playing on the sensuous charge of the word “confession,” the new spot sets a stage for decadent design as it transforms the landmark building to resemble an illuminated cathedral, evoking the feelings that come with “confessing” your mischief and sensuality. As you enter, your eyes are drawn to the historic ceiling design and fanciful hard-carved wood décor by renowned architects: Morgan, Walls, and Clements, the trio responsible for many of Los Angeles’ premier landmarks, such as: The Mayan Theater, El Capitan Theater, and the Belasco Theater. A deejay booth overlooks the dance floor; with a spiral staircase taking you up to the VIP lounge, an area set behind the deejay with an Arial view.
Breed & Kennedy envision this as the ultimate destination for everything - relaxation, sublime drinks, superb food, and socializing. Under the soaring cathedral ceilings, tastemakers, celebrities, and other guests looking to escape the bustling dance hall scene can escape to its intimate private lounge for specialty cocktails crafted by Confession’s award-winning mixologists and late-night exquisite bites created by its house Chef.
A pioneer of the Los Angeles social scene, Breed partners with Robert Kennedy to bring their legendary hospitality skills to new millennial standards. Kennedy saw the recent changes in Los Angeles nightlife move from club to lounge, house music to open format, bar menus to mixology and has incorporated these changes into Confession. “Our approach to Confession was simple,” says Kennedy. “We wanted to treat the venue like a fashion brand, understanding that there will be updates, changes, new launches, and cater to all moods. We are not looking to reinvent the nightlife scene but really respect and honor all of the great amenities inside some of Hollywood’s hottest clubs.”