Hotel Raises The Bar For Arboretum Restaurants With New Chef


A sensational new culinary era has begun at a well-known Austin, Texas hotel.

The Renaissance Austin Hotel announced today that Michael Lottermoser has been selected as their next Director of Food & Beverage Operations. A graduate of the Culinary Institute in Hyde Park, New York and the Culinary Institute of Napa, California, Chef Lottermoser brings an experienced, East-and-West coast vision to the restaurants at the Renaissance.

Chef Michael brings not only his talent in the kitchen but also his passion for creating and performing live music; an extraordinary twist for your everyday culinarian. This unique combination makes him the perfect addition to the soon to be fully renovated Renaissance Austin Hotel. The hotel regularly offers its guests and local patrons an opportunity to discover new and emerging musical artists through the industry leading RLife LIVE program, a platform dedicated to providing an up close and personal look into culinary arts, design, entertainment and more. The Renaissance Hotels brand is recognized around the world for encouraging guests to discover the hidden gems of their hotels and destinations.

Featuring three dining options, the Renaissance Austin Hotel has been recognized for its attention to bold flavors and Southern style. Banderas Restaurant has been a long-time popular Austin Arboretum restaurant, and Lottermoser will bring his expertise to its diverse, Texas-inspired menu, drawing on influences from Spanish, Mexican, French, and American cuisine. The hotel also features SteeRnorth, a trendy bar with contemporary atmosphere and an excellent happy-hour reputation. Another hot-spot is the hotel’s @ustinbytes, an open, casual gathering place perfect for socializing over coffee, cocktails, wireless Internet, and a menu of made-to-order pizzas, sandwiches, and gourmet desserts.

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