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Review: Golden Eagle is all about nostalgia—and it works
If you were to cram the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s into a blender, you’d end up with something close to this self-styled “diners club.” Golden Eagle shouldn’t be taken too seriously as a restaurant, but it’s also more than a nostalgia-themed hot spot appealing to millennials’ love of vintage.
Fresh on the Scene: Donetto, ARI Korean Steakhouse, Muchacho, Janet’s Kitchen Atlanta
West Midtown's new destination Tuscan food spot, John Creek's design-forward Korean barbecue, a Reynoldstown cafe that sounds like—but definitely isn't—a Mexican restaurant, and Filipino cuisine gains a stronger foothold in Atlanta with Janet’s Kitchen Atlanta.
Exclusive: Ladybird founder will open two restaurants in H. Harper Station space
Michael Lennox, founder of the popular BeltLine hangout Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall, will revive the 904 Memorial Drive space as not one, but two restaurants.
Jerry Slater’s next restaurant will be in Athens
H. Harper Station may have closed in April, much to the anguish of local cocktail enthusiasts, but owner Jerry Slater is staying busy with mixology classes, finishing his first book, and looking into a new restaurant.
H. Harper Station’s last day of service set for April 1
Unfortunately for Atlanta, Jerry Slater has now made the tough decision to close up shop on April 1 after five and half years.
What’s the biggest mistake people make when fixing drinks?
H. Harper Station's Jerry Slater discusses hangover cures, Reynoldstown, and meeting Tony Bennett.
Personal Endorsement: H. Harper Station
As luck would have it, one of Atlanta’s top cocktail destinations is less than five minutes from my doorstep, in a quiet section of Reynoldstown along the Atlanta BeltLine.
May Getaway Guide: Alabama’s Hangout Music Festival, 3 great hotel bars, and more
Enjoying top-caliber live music at Alabama's Hangout Music Festival, learn H. Harper Station owner Jerry Slater's favorite hotel bars, and more.
Six reasons to love Reynoldstown
Settled after the Civil War by freed slaves who rebuilt the train tracks at the nearby rail yard (now CSX), Reynoldstown now enjoys a growing diversity, which is what prompted Chris Appleton—executive director of the arts nonprofit WonderRoot—to make his home there nine years ago.
22. Drink up at our defining bars
Start easy with a sherry cobbler—the subtly sweet, low-octane cocktail of the moment—at H. Harper Station, housed in a former train depot in Reynoldstown. Head over to Poncey-Highland to eavesdrop on the journalists and politicos at Manuel’s Tavern and sip a SweetWater 420.
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