Lutie’s Garden Restaurant Opens At Austin’s Commodore Perry Estate


gold and green bar at lutie's restaurant

Photo: Courtesy Commodore Perry Estate, Auberge Resorts Collection

Recently opened at the Commodore Perry Estate in Austin, Lutie’s Garden Restaurant adds one more great reason to visit the lush property.

Designed to meld warm hospitality with the jovial spirit of its Jazz Age legacy, “Lutie’s is delightfully old-fashioned, like the best version of country club-meets-charming garden party,” says creative director and designer Ken Fulk.

Eye-catching details include tumbled black-and-white stone floors and a green latticework ceiling hung with plants; a grand oak bar lit by retro Murano glass chandeliers (above); custom-upholstered furnishings like tufted teal barstools and freestanding scalloped banquettes covered in a bespoke floral print; plus wood-and-brass café tables and chairs with a ticking stripe seat. Head outside to linger even longer on classic wrought-iron pieces covered in Lutie’s signature florals.