Who We Are

In 2018, local entrepreneur Kevin Cummins saw an opportunity to develop Georgetown's historic former post office into a unique cornerstone destination for finer dining and special events. Since opening in 2021, City Post Chophouse has enjoyed welcoming Georgetown visitors and locals alike to make memories with us.

Our team is focused on creating a memorable experience for our guests, for the community, and for our partners by consistently providing high quality food served with genuine Texas hospitality.

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Building History

From Stamps to Steaks

In December 1932, the Georgetown post office opened for business on the site previously occupied by the Snyder & Bryson livery stable. The Georgian Revival-style building was constructed by Landis and Young of Bloomington, Indiana, according to plans drawn by U. S. government engineers, and featured brick, exquisite tile work and mahogany trim, along with Texas pink granite and Missouri and Georgia marble. The building remained as Georgetown’s Post Office until 1990, when the City of Georgetown acquired the site to serve as City Hall.  In 2018, a new City Hall was built a few blocks away, and the building was sold via a public RFP process. Following an extensive renovation, the City Post Chophouse opened in 2021. The building is currently on the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing property in the Williamson County Courthouse Historic District.

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Chef Adrian Corkill


Chef Adrian joined City Post Chophouse in 2021 with 30 years of high-end restaurant experience, most recently as Chef Proprietor of III Forks Prime Steakhouse, Chicago. In addition to his experience and success as an executive chef and general manager, Adrian is known for his ability to unify administration, culinary and service teams resulting in exceptional guest experiences. He is hands-on in the kitchen and the dining room, making a point of interacting with guests as often as possible. In his spare time, Chef Adrian enjoys fishing with friends.

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Kevin Cummins


With more than 20 years in the hospitality industry, Kevin and his wife Rachel grew up, met and married in Austin before moving their family to Georgetown in 2000. Rachel is the driving force behind Sweet Lemon Kitchen, which has won Best of Georgetown awards every year since it opened in 2014, as well as The Little Lemon at the Georgetown Public Library. The son of Austin restaurateurs, Kevin has built and led teams of more than 500 and delivered programs over $200M.

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Get a look behind the scenes

A cornerstone of the past, an experience for the present - with lots more to come in the future! The City Post philosophy is rooted in community. We strive to deliver a modern fine dining experience that honors our history. Come experience City Post for yourself!

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Choose City Post to host your next special event

The private event spaces at City Post Chophouse allow you to host your special event - from an intimate dinner to a large cocktail party - in a unique, historic location, just off the beautiful Georgetown Square.