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A Sneak Peek at The Mysterious Rooms of The Archer Hotel

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  Site Where: 45 W. 38th Street [map], New York, NY, United States
June 25, 2013 at 3:09 PM | by | Comments (0)

We wrote about the new mysterious Archer Hotel coming to Manhattan's Fashion District nabe (45 W. 38th Street) back in February but aside from a few Facebook snapshots of their construction, things have been largely quiet. Yet there have been some new developments.

For starters, the hotel has given chef David Burke rein of the restaurant. According to the NY Post, the spot may be very similar to the restaurant he runs at the James Soho but we hope he finds a way to vary things up.

Second, The Archer announced a general manager last month--Michele Mangino. Mangino comes to the hotel from the Millennium Broadway Hotel, where she was served as resident manager. She's also worked at the Park Lane Hotel and in a variety of positions within Dolce International. And it sounds like she is just as curious about the Archer as we are.

“The more I learned about ARCHER the more I was intrigued,” said Mangino. “The extreme attention to detail and thought that is going into the design, the service, the culinary experience and virtually every touch point and corner you turn is exceptional and inspiring. I am thrilled to be a part of what is going to be a new American classic,” she added.

So what will The Archer actually look like? Keep reading for a sneak peek of the guest room!

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David Burke Kitchen Opens Today at The James

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  Site Where: 27 Grand St. [map], New York, NY, United States, 10013
February 3, 2011 at 11:59 AM | by | Comments (0)

Today Soho's James Hotel finally gets a restaurant, a little over five months since opening on Grand Street. It's David Burke Kitchen, a 95-seat basement space that compliments the rooftop bar, Jimmy. The menu, embedded below, presents "wholesome and hearty modern American food," including Burke's signature potted meats and vegetables as well as Soho rarities like bison tartare and Vermont rabbit.

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