Good Things Come to Those Who Wait for a Reservation at Lutie’s

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait for a Reservation at Lutie’s

From left, the Garden Hand Rolls, halibut atop heirloom rice sprinkled with trout roe, and roasted lettuces with radish and avocado.If you have time to dine at only one adorable new restaurant overlooking the lovely gardens of a meticulously restored Mediterranean Revival villa built in 1928 by a wealthy Texas cotton magnate and his socialite wife, let it be Lutie’s. The jewel box of a dining room, boasting a chic black-and-white tile floor and a veritable rain forest of plants, is the centerpiece of a historic Austin property known as the Commodore Perry Estate. Because it is finally open after a year’s delay (thanks, of course, to COVID-19) and because its prestigious chefs have Michelin-starred kitchens on their résumés, Lutie’s has been getting the kind of fanatical attention that Texans normally devote to our best barbecue joints. Reservations are so scarce that the truly desperate…View Original Post

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