Carve American Grille opening in Southwest Austin's Lantana Place later this month

The 8,800 square-foot space includes a dining room, bar, outdoor patio and butcher room. (Courtesy Carve American Grille)
The 8,800 square-foot space includes a dining room, bar, outdoor patio and butcher room. (Courtesy Carve American Grille)

The 8,800 square-foot space includes a dining room, bar, outdoor patio and butcher room. (Courtesy Carve American Grille)

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Carve American Grille will have a full bar and happy hour specials. (Courtesy Carve American Grille)
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Carve American Grille will open at Lantana Place Dec. 17. (Courtesy Carve American Grille)
Carve American Grille will be opening at Lantana Place on Dec. 17. The Carve concept is being created by restaurateur Chris Perry, and will “pull inspiration from” Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, according to a news release by the restaurant.

Located at 7415 Southwest Parkway, Bldg. 1, Austin, the restaurant will offer lunch, dinner, happy hour and weekend brunch menus that include “new takes of traditional comfort dishes,” according to the release. Menu items include “Meatloaf Cupcakes, Lobster Corn Dogs and Vegan Salisbury Steak,” as well as wood-fired pizzas, pork dishes, steaks, salads and desserts, according to the release.


The 8,800 square-foot space will include private dining rooms, outdoor seating, a bar and a butcher room with choice cuts of meet.

www.carveamericangrille.com
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By Nicholas Cicale

Nick was born in Long Island, New York and grew up in South Florida. He graduated from Florida State University in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in writing and a minor in music. Nick was a journalist for three years at the St. James Plaindealer in Minnesota before moving to Austin to join Community Impact Newspaper in 2016.


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