H. Harper Station

November 29, 2010 · 3 comments

in atlanta, dining out

H. Harper

I stopped in for a cocktail and a snack at H. Harper Station last Friday while I was on that side of town. I never visited the former occupant, The Depot, but the building is an old train station that has been restored into a really nice space with a lot of checkered tile, exposed brick, and rich mahoganies. Well, I’m not sure if it’s mahogany, but Ron Burgundy would approve.

My experience had a couple of miscues, but I think it’s a bit early to judge that sort of thing, and I liked the feel of the place and bartenders were great. Some of my photos are below. I think H. Harper is definitely worth checking out, if not for the cocktails alone. They are open until 2AM, so it’s definitely a good option for a late night drink.

I started with a bufala negra. This bourbon drink isn’t overly sweet, but refreshing; it’s a solid cocktail.

H. Harper

“relish tray” – the pickled cauliflower were awesome, as were the deviled eggs. A well priced snack at $3.50

H. Harper

H. Harper

jerk meatballs with tiny cabbage, black beans, rice crisp tartar sauce

H. Harper

crawfish hushpuppies with cauliflower tartar sauce

H. Harper

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  • Glad you liked it! I really dig the Bufala Negra, nice combination & like you said keeps enough of the bourbon integrity.

  • That H. Harper Station is hotter than Hansel Hansel Hansel.rnrnAt least from the Eat it Atlanta/Thirsty South perspective, upon which I base most of my gastronomic and political decisions.

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