Disused power plant becomes home to new restaurant

July 19, 2016 by  

La Corsha Hospitality has restored the 11,000-square-foot Seaholm Power Plant and transformed it into a new restaurant, the Boiler Nine Bar + Grill located in Austin.

As with many restaurant openings, local print companies were likely busy printing menus and assisting with promotional products. The restaurant opened on July 9 and has already received positive reviews.

The opening has been anticipated by locals for more than two years, as many wondered how the transformation of the plant will take place. Below the two main levels, namely the area in which the original boiler room was located, is a lounge illuminated by candles and privacy curtains. The fourth level of the restaurant is a baseball-themed area called ‘Deck Nine Observatory Bar’. There, patrons will find various views and will be able to use the coin-operated vintage viewfinder.

Menu items provide a wide variety of choices for those looking to for something new. Using wood-fired grills, the restaurant provides American dishes with a variety of unique touches. One example is the classic pork chop prepared with ingredients such as peach relish, green chili whey, and sorghum.

Those wishing to visit this unique restaurant can find it at 800 W. Cesar Chavez St. in Austin. It is open seven days a week with varying hours, and reservations are accepted.