Thursday, July 2, 2009
Belmont Hotel in Dallas’ North Oak Cliff announces new restaurant concept
Hotel restaurant will close and undergo interior renovations starting July 6.
DALLAS [We bring this release to you verbatim.]
Bunkhouse Management, the Austin-based hotel management company of the Belmont Hotel, has announced a partnership with Bolsa restaurant owners Chris Zielke and Christopher Jeffers, and local chef Tim Byres to develop a new restaurant concept at the boutique hotel. The hotels all-day dining restaurant Cliff Cafe will close and undergo a major renovation and will debut as brand-new concept this September.
We are excited to announce this partnership and introduce a fresh new dining experience in a spectacular environment, said Kevin Osterhaus, Bunkhouse Management VP of Operation. This new restaurant, along with interior updates planned for the Belmont Hotel lobby, bar and terrace will enhance the distinctive amenities that guests enjoy time and time again.
Co-owner and chef Tim Byres will oversee the kitchen and menu development. Byres recently served as Executive Chef at Stephan Pyles. Before joining Pyles, Byres served as Chef de Cuisine at the legendary Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. He previously served as chef and owner of Uptown restaurant, Standard, and helped develop several concepts including Tom Tom and Nikita.
The hotel restaurant will close and undergo interior renovations starting July 6. During this time, guests will be able dine in BarBelmont and the hotel lobby. The new restaurant concept, cuisine and dcor will be announced later this summer.
Source: Belmont Hotel
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