4/30/2013 12:06:00 PM

Much-Anticipated Jeffrey’s Is Now Open for Dinner and Brunch

Jeffrey's before the renovation
The iconic Austin restaurant has finally reopened! The city has been waiting to see what chef Larry McGuire and his hospitality group would do with their reinterpretation of the classic fine-dining spot, and the day is finally here. According to a tweet of the menu from the Austin American-Statesman’s Matthew Odam, the steak-heavy menu puts farms front and center, with the cut of beef listed under the name of each Texas ranch. 

Eater Austin commented on the steep prices, like a $90 dry-aged Niman Ranch Porterhouse and a $46 Peeler Farms duck, with readers asking, “So Larry M suddenly has catapulted himself into running the most expensive steakhouse in all of Texas?”

Austinites love to hate McGuire. But will the snarkiness suppress the city’s love for the new Jeffrey’s, with its roasted-marrow-bone butter and dry-aged NY strip steaks? Tell us what you think in the comments below.


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