Established in 2016, The Treaty House was an upscale restaurant and lounge that helped redefine the fine dining scene in Fredericksburg, offering thousands of guests a sophisticated dining experience. Located just one block from Main Street (the city’s historic and retail intersection), this luxury property personifies the Texas Hill Country and the evolution of downtown Fredericksburg with original works of art, historical documents and highly-curated antique furniture. No expense was spared to integrate art and antiques that reflect The Treaty House’s history. The collection is a curator’s dream, including 19th-century chandeliers, original Casbeer murals and a letter from President Harry Truman.
Guests immediately feel at home in this large-scale space. Rustic accents such as wood and leather line the spacious interior, which is sectioned out to cultivate a relaxed atmosphere. It’s floor plan was designed to appeal to the broadest possible audience, offering two distinct dining options (indoor and outdoor), and multiple entertainment spaces for stunning weddings, private parties or corporate events. Explore both levels of this expansive property, which include multiple dining rooms, four bars and three outdoor courtyards for up to 300 patrons.
The kitchen is the heart of The Treaty House, cementing its reputation as a fine dining establishment. It’s a place to both craft and experiment using the refined commercial equipment. Nearby hotspots include the National Museum of the Pacific War and the Fredericksburg Visitor Center, which together draw an average of over 10,000 visitors per month.