The Peached Tortilla team is keeping busy. What started as a fusion food truck has evolved into a local success story with multiple trucks, brick-and-mortar restaurant, catering service, and now, Peached Social House, a new boutique venue in North Central Austin.
"Our goal was to create a venue space that had an identity of its own but could also be transformed into something further by our clients," said founder Eric Silverstein in a statement.
The 4,400-square-foot space is designed to host everything from pop-up dinners and mixers to art shows and weddings.
The versatile downstairs area holds 100-175 guests, depending on the setup. An open, modern aesthetic courtesy of Kevin Stewart Architect is accentuated by renovated shipping containers and a second-floor mezzanine. There's a state-of-the-art sound system and projector for business meetings and movie screenings. Other amenities available to rent include a bridal suit, funky furniture, and elegant dishware.
A fully equipped commercial kitchen means all of Peached Tortilla's delicious bites are made fresh onsite. In addition to in-house catering, the flexible Social House team connects clients with top vendors to make planning an event as easy — and affordable — as possible.
Peached Social House is now booking events. Look for the space at 6500 N. Lamar Blvd.