Archer Hotel Austin debuts new restaurant, food-and-beverage partner

Second Bar + Kitchen’s new main dining space will feature 144 indoor and outdoor seats, including a 12-seat bar.

Second Bar + Kitchen will open the doors to its new location in Domain Northside on Aug. 30. Serving as the anchor restaurant for the new Archer Hotel Austin (Texas), the popular restaurant concept from La Corsha Hospitality Group and Chef David Bull will offer much of the same New American cuisine as the original downtown location, as well as an expanded breakfast menu and Texas-inspired poolside and terrace dishes.

La Corsha Hospitality Group will also serve as the main food-and-beverage partner of Archer Hotel Austin, providing all foodservice throughout the property including in-room dining, banquet and catering menus, and special treats for guests including house-made pastries with turndown service and unique balcony menus.

Designed by LK Architecture and inspired by contemporary Western culture, Second Bar + Kitchen’s new main dining space will feature 144 indoor and outdoor seats, including a 12-seat bar. The restaurant will also offer new menus at the property’s outdoor social spaces.

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The 171-room property is the second hotel in the Archer collection from LodgeWorks Partners L.P. 

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