For a bit of glamour, the dining room is the place. But don’t forget the Cedar Tavern around back. Boasting an Old World feel, it’s a cozy den of high-top tables and lounge seating where you can enjoy the full menu. We started with a delicious salad of pickled beets with lemony labneh and a vibrant salmon poke in a yuzu kosho soy sauce with crispy radish and sesame tuile. Eberly is known for its meaty steak offerings, but we swooned over a dish of tender mafaldine pasta bathed in a creamy mushroom sauce. This showstopper of a dining room and bar honors Angelina Eberly, the brave woman who shot a cannonball into the night to warn her fellow Austinites that Sam Houston’s minions were making off with the archives of the Republic of Texas, thereby moving the nascent state capital to Houston.