Iconic Austin fine dining institution Jeffrey's has finally reopened under the McGuire Moorman umbrella. The new Jeffrey's—one of Eater Austin's most anticipated openings of early 2013—may be the restaurant group's most significant project yet, as they update nearly forty years of Clarksville dining history.
What's on the menu? The Statesman's Matthew Odam posted two dark and blurry but readable snapshots to his Twitter account yesterday. On the steak side: a $90 dry-aged Niman Ranch Porterhouse plus a number of Texas-raised beef cuts and a selection of buttery and savory toppings, including garlic confit and rosemary butter, roasted marrow bone butter and Hudson Valley foie gras. Sides include a peas and ham gratin and asparagus macaroni and cheese. Other entree options: a $46 Peeler Farms duck, smoked Lockhart quail and a pan roasted veal rib chop.
According to the website, Jeffrey's is open for dinner seven days a week, with the bar opening at 5 p.m. and a Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
UPDATE: And according to McGuire Moorman Hospitality's Instagram, there may be a tuxedo-clad driver who'll run you (and your classily drunk self?) home in a Mercedes.