Most of the details are the same as when we last spoke: the 26-year-old Petty, who made quite a name for himself in Austin, will be serving up "avant-garde New American small plates" which will likely include his pig head candy bar, a dish he's dubbed Duck, Duck, Goose (confit of duck in orange and wild fennel, duck egg crepe, grilled goose liver, roasted black plum, cashew, smoky bleu cheese), and his Foie Gras Mousse Cake Batter, or "Lick the bowl," as he calls it (beetroot sugar, salted pound cake, strawberry chips and vanilla sugar). Ice cubes with frozen edible flowers may even be present; check out more examples of Petty's dishes on his Instagram.
On the bar front, Petty is also putting together a (naturally) creative cocktail program: anticipate an orange-blossom-honey-painted cocktail glass smoked to order on a cedar plank with bourbon, lemon and rosemary, among other concoctions.
In terms of decor, expect a fairly feminine feel in the 30-seat neighborhood restaurant with white, blue, and floral. Eater will publish some photos of the interior next week, so stay tuned for those, but get on in to Eden Hill this long weekend and see it for yourself. Regular hours will be Tuesday through Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m., and Petty is also hoping to serve Sunday brunch eventually.