Kerbey Lane Cafe is opening an entirely new restaurant that isn’t the all-hours diner chain in South Austin. The new restaurant is taking over the 300 South Lamar Boulevard address that had been home to the short-lived Barile Restaurant, which was formerly Flour and Vine.
As of now, there aren’t much available details on what this unknown restaurant will entail, though executive chef Joe Anguiano (formerly of shuttered restaurant Vox Table) will work on the menu. A rep said that it will “serve high-quality food at a reasonable price [...] with a “more urban environment [...] that builds around Anguiano’s culinary abilities.”
There will be early and late hours. The restaurant is pegged to open sometime in early 2019. Remodeling the space within the Cole apartment building are Weiss Architecture’s Richard Weiss and Future Design Now’s Kris Swift.
Kerbey Lane CEO Mason Ayers did say that if the restaurant is popular, then he will open other locations in Austin, as he told Austin Business Journal.
Kerbey Lane is also working on its eighth and ninth Austin locations in Mueller and on West Braker Lane. Anguiano, joined the team in May.
This article has been updated to include information from a Kerbey Lane Cafe rep.
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