I met my freshman in college for a weekend in Fredericksburg, and booked dinner reservations at the Vaudeville Supper Club- a truly ingenious gourmet experience-like Grange Hall goes to the hill country.
We decided on the three-course prix fixe menu that featured suggested craft cocktails and wine pairings. The service was on point and the space was adorned with a meticulous décor. We started with a steak tartar topped off with caviar and crème fraiche…Then the pastry chef sent out a world class gruyere and mozzarella biscuit. Thank goodness we were packing guns, held them up, stole all of the remaining biscuits, and made off like wild banshees. Not quite- but almost. Experience Vaudeville.
Chef Jordan Muraglia and Artist Richard Boprae met in 2006, their collaboration grew organically as they shared complimentary visions and a similar taste for adventure.
Together they lived in, and visited countless countries, their multi-cultural experiences are the source for their inspirations and their eagerness to share their discoveries is the backdrop of their complicity.
As regular pilgrims to Fredericksburg, Jordan and Richard sensed the town was poised for a rebirth. In 2011, they discovered and fell in love with a historic location in downtown Fredericksburg, TX. The building was filled with classical lines and vintage atmosphere, the perfect canvas to exercise their sense of aesthetic. Respecting the architecture, they refurbished the property to create a showroom floor, an art gallery, and a gourmet destination.
Vaudeville’s showroom floor offers a curation of rare objects, furniture, décor accessories, jewelry and artifacts.
Curated is overused. Find true curated delights at Vaudeville. Well done gentlemen!