Old-World elegance with a modern Texan twist
Dine at the Commodore Perry Estate
Elevated dining in a welcoming Estate setting
Step through the Mansion’s ornate wrought-iron doors and be transported to an era when Texan businessman Edgar “Commodore” Perry and his wife Lutie presided over lavish Jazz Age soirées. Their intangible spirit lives on in the 10,800-square-foot Mansion, reimagined by acclaimed designer Ken Fulk as a glamorous social hub. Sip on craft cocktails and dine on a modern interpretation of Old-World classics in gathering spaces imbued with dramatic elegance and an unmistakable sense of time.
Hyper-local ingredients. Artisan flair.
Get into the spirit of the Mansion’s extraordinary setting with craft cocktails named after famous estates. Take in the afternoon’s last rays of sunlight on the airy Loggia while sipping a sparkling Wrigley cocktail. Sink into deep conversation in the oval book-lined Library, while enjoying an Arden, prepared with single-barrel bourbon. Or gather around a crackling fire in the Living Room with the Hearst, a pecan-infused cognac drink.
Lunch and Dinner
Inspired by Commodore and Lutie Perry’s European travels, husband-and-wife chef team Bradley Nicholson and Susana Querejazu give Old-World classics a modern Texan twist with hyper-local ingredients and a handcrafted approach. Dine on playful culinary mash-ups such as white sturgeon caviar on Texas toast or green corn hush puppies with truffles. As in a good friend’s country estate, meals are a relaxed affair and can be taken in any number of spaces: the handsome dining room with its hand-painted paneling, vaulted Solarium, sun-filled Loggia or spacious Terrace overlooking a trickling fountain and lush grounds.
Whether you want to start your day with a healthy avocado-and-oat-milk smoothie or an indulgent fried chicken biscuit sandwich with a side of estate-smoked bacon, we’ve got you covered. No matter the choice, breakfast doesn’t get more beautiful than in our Garden Nook, covered in one-of-a-kind parrot-patterned wallpaper by Pierre Frey, and opening onto an intimate outdoor terrace overlooking the pool.
Channel vintage Palm Springs as you settle back on yellow chaise lounges and tables, set under classic striped umbrellas, and arranged around the Estate’s large, round swimming pool. Come for a refreshing dip followed by a glass of rosé and inspired pool “snacks” ranging from the popular Provençal-inspired Grand Aioli to carnitas tacos, all with the Mansion and sunken rose garden as the stunning backdrop.
Meet Our Chefs