Boutique Resort The Albert Will Open in Historic Fredericksburg With New Eating places and Bars

Boutique Resort The Albert Will Open in Historic Fredericksburg With New Eating places and Bars

The Albert Resort, a boutique lodge from the New Waterloo hospitality firm, will open this summer season at 213 East Austin St. in Fredericksburg. The lodge will function 110 visitor rooms, a sunken pool, a full-service spa, occasion areas, three eating places, and two bars.

The eating places will embrace the Pharmacy, a market-style deli with counter service and pastries housed on Foremost Avenue contained in the Keidel Pharmacy, in-built 1906; Junebug’s BBQ, a barbecue joint within the Brockmann-Kiehne Home, a constructing in-built 1870, on Austin Avenue; and the Restaurant at Albert Resort. Open each day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the Restaurant at Albert Resort will deal with seasonal dishes impressed by the Texas Hill Nation akin to spring salad, lamb rack with horseradish, and spaetzle. Its wine listing will function a variety of native and worldwide bottles. A historic bar constructed within the late 1800s referred to as the White Elephant Saloon will even be on the property.

A rendering of the Albert Hotel.

A rendering of the Albert Resort.
Jody Horton

The Albert’s restaurant workforce will probably be run by Justin Spencer, Amanda Rockman, and Michael Fojtasek. Spencer is New Waterloo’s head of meals and beverage. He beforehand served as beverage director at erstwhile New York Metropolis restaurant, Colicchio & Sons, and is a barbecue competitors pitmaster. Rockman is New Waterloo’s director of culinary initiatives and helped open the South Congress Resort as its government Pastry Chef and was a contestant on Prime Chef: Simply Desserts. Fojtasek, who will oversee the Albert Resort’s meals and drinks, is the chief chef and founding father of MaieB Hospitality, a three-time James Beard ‘Finest Chef, Southwest’ finalist, and together with Grae Nonas was the 2015 winner of Eater’s Cooks of the Yr award.

The Albert will mark the third collaboration between New Waterloo and MaieB. The businesses opened the clubhouse cafe at Butler Pitch & Putt and Maie Day, a steak restaurant at South Congress Resort.

Clayton Korte, an Austin-based architect whose previous work consists of Resort Saint Cecilia and Eberly, is main the Albert’s design workforce. The Albert’s complete property will span two acres, and have outdated historic buildings in addition to modern constructions.