Located in the Reynoldstown neighborhood of Atlanta, at the historic Atlanta and West Point rail station, H. Harper Station is a one-of-a-kind watering hole and restaurant. Owner Jerry Slater designed it from the ground up to be the type of place he and his discerning friends would want to kick back for drinks and food.
H. Harper Station has a menu for brunch and dinner. It features traditional bar foods such as olives and pickles, smoked pimento cheese, devilled eggs and bacon cracker jacks. H. Harper Station also serves bigger items like sirloin steak, roasted bone-in-pork loin and cornmeal-fried whole Georgia trout.
Great Brunch menu with fresh mimosas. Our waiter could have check on more than he did.
we go here for brunch all the time. service is always great and the food is always good.
This refurbished train station has a cool, authentic interior which is good to see compared to the more typical newer re-creation interiors of many Atlanta bars and restaurants. Excellent drink menu and selection of spirits. Be advised though, the food menu is pretty sparse. Go for drinks, maybe something to eat, and you won't be disappointed.
Beautiful setting, wonderful drinks. The Guinness braised brisket is completely mediocre. Slabs of chewy, fatty meat that were bland, even though it came drenched in some mayo like sauce. The tater tots were nice though.
The tables were within two feet of each other and could hear both couples conversations that were next to us. The food was fine, but overrated.
Website and Message encourages reservation, Open Table highlights for Reservation. Arrived in advance and still waited almost 20 minutes. Response, "ahh it's casual dining, no one really makes reservations anymore." Waiting another 20 minutes to get drinks at a "modern watering hole". Perhaps they were understaffed for the night, but it made for a bad first experience.
This was our first visit to H. Harper Station with some friends from out of town. We enjoyed our visit and would return again. Since we are not into the bar scene, we can only attest to the food. Everyone else seems to rave about their drinks but we had water with our meals even though our waitress tried to push the specialties several times. Our entrees included the steak, chicken sandwich, vegetable plate and fennel & pear salad. The "cracker jack" app was great and so were the marinated olives. It started getting noisy towards the end of our meal since we were right next to the bar so we opted out for dessert. All in all it was a good experience with the exception of our 20 minute wait even with reservations.
A friend and I went for an early dinner before another event. I absolutely love the space. It's warm and I think it would be the perfect spot for after work drinks or for any celebration where you invite a few friends to toast. There's a good music playlist and the menu has lots of options for snacks and light bites. Our food was delicious.
H. Harper Station has great food, cocktails and people. A great place to meet up for cocktails, craft beer and appetizers. Also, wonderful for intimate date nights or group dinners. They also have an excellent space for private parties.
This place was another great find. The menu is simple because the options are just that great. I had the whole wheat pancakes with bourbon syrup and that was delicious. I also appreciated that the coffee is made/served in a french press -- much better taste!! My dining partner had the biscuits and gravy and gave that rave reviews. I would recommend this restaurant for breakfast or brunch!