Austin architectural landmark and urban destination Commodore Perry Estate has officially opened Lutie’s Garden Restaurant to the public highlighting an ingredient-forward menu with an elevated approach by husband & wife duo Executive Chef Bradley Nicholson and Executive Pastry Chef Susana Querejazu.


The restaurant’s ever-changing, seasonal menu will spotlight local farmers and ranchers to reflect the chefs’ celebration of ingredients through preparation rooted in understated simplicity.


Lutie's Garden Restaurant

Named after the estate matriarch Nannie Lewette “Lutie” Perry, the namesake restaurant melds warm hospitality with the convivial spirit of the property’s Jazz Age legacy, transporting guests to a contemporary garden retreat overlooking lush estate grounds.


The restaurant is now open to hotel guests and private club members for dinner service to start, Wednesday – Sunday from 5-10 p.m. Beginning April 14, Lutie’s will be open to the public by advanced reservations only.


Lutie's Garden Restaurant

Menu Highlights

Intended as a multi-course experience, Lutie’s menu features dishes like Yonder Way pork with pickled cabbage and creamer peas; charcoal-grilled chicken with leeks and hominy; and royal red shrimp with daikon and celery. Highlights from the dessert menu include a kouign amann ice cream and seasonal soft-serve flavors like fresh strawberry finished with Texas olive oil.


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