In 1842 a local innkeeper named Angelina Eberly stood up to President Sam Houston and his Texas Rangers by firing a cannon to stave off a rebellion and preserve Austin as the capital of Texas. Even though Austin was in its infancy, she knew it was worth fighting for.
Eberly was founded by a group of Austinites, not only as a tribute to the courage and free spirit of our namesake, but also as a reminder that Austin is still worth fighting for. As more people, buildings and ideas populate this city, the battle to preserve Austin's soul rages on. Eberly is our cannon.
Within Eberly you'll discover contemporary American cuisine, a welcoming study, a rooftop terrace overlooking downtown, and our crown jewel, the historic Cedar Tavern bar of Greenwich Village in New York City. We invite you to continue the spirited legacy of our torchbearer Angelina and raise a glass to the adventurers and artists who came before us and those yet to come.
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Within Eberly you’ll discover contemporary American cuisine, a welcoming study, a rooftop terrace and the historic Cedar Tavern Bar.
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