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Jerry Slater’s Meat-and-Rice-Stuffed Peppers

The whippoorwill tattooed on Jerry Slater’s left forearm pays tribute to the birds his grandmother admired in the mountains of rural West Virginia where Slater, owner of H. Harper Station, was raised.

H. Harper Station

Owner and chief mixologist Jerry Slater runs this food-industry favorite that conjures a Southern vibe with its brick-lined room (a former train depot), punch served in crystal bowls, and small plates like candied bacon Cracker Jacks and smoked pimento cheese with cauliflower pickles.

Q&A with Duane Nutter of H. Harper Station

ATL Food Chatter: November 15, 2010 (To receive the Chatter and other culinary tidbits directly in your inbox, sign up for our weekly dining newsletter) Lush Life Group, the folks behind One Flew South in Hartsfield-Jackson, last week opened H. Harper Station—a Southern-minded spot on Memorial Drive in Reynoldstown that was formerly the Depot. Early menu highlight include a country ham plate, fish and grits, “Louisiana bouillabaisse” and a Germanic-sounding pumpernickel-crusted bass with gnocchi and mustard-braised kraut in a wheat beer broth. The libations stretch over twelve pages, featuring forty cocktails, twenty different bourbons, a tightly curated wine list, and over a dozen beers on tap.

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