Soy Cowboy will anchor Loews Arlington Hotel
Loews Hotels & Co. recently topped off the $550 million Loews Arlington Hotel and Convention Center and announced Soy Cowboy as the signature restaurant for the venue. Executives from the company were joined by Arlington Mayor Jim Ross, members of the Arlington City Council and other community and business leaders to recognize and celebrate this milestone.
“Arlington, Texas, is already one of the premier sports and entertainment destinations in the United States, and we anticipate once Loews Arlington opens, the city will also become a leading destination for meetings and events,” said Jonathan Tisch, chair and CEO of Loews Hotels & Co.
As part of this milestone event, the hotel company named the hotel’s signature restaurant anchor, Soy Cowboy, a pan-Asian concept, from Houston-based restaurateur Benjamin Berg of Berg Hospitality. Soy Cowboy will transport guests on an adventurous tour through the flavors of China, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Japan and more. The menu will include a selection of shareable plates exploring classic Asian cooking techniques including traditional sushi, tempura, wok, robatayaki, hibachi and teppanyaki, as well as Korean barbeque. Guests can also expect an innovative cocktail menu paired with an extensive wine and saké list.
“We are thrilled to partner with Loews Hotels & Co as we bring new life and exciting Asian flavors to Arlington with our original concept and restaurant anchor, Soy Cowboy,” said Benjamin Berg, founder and CEO of Berg Hospitality, who currently owns and operates eight restaurant concepts in Houston and Fort Worth.
The Arlington Convention Center, also operated by Loews Hotels & Co., will be located within the hotel. Situated between Globe Life Field and AT&T Stadium, Loews Arlington Hotel and Convention Center will be accessible to the 300-room Live! by Loews via a Sky Bridge. The two hotels combined offer nearly 1,200 guestrooms and more than 300,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
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