Two new restaurants opening in the former H. Harper Station space in Reynoldstown

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This spring, Michael Lennox of Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall will open two new restaurants in the former H. Harper Station space in Reynoldstown.

Golden Eagle and Muchacho will divided by an interior brick wall in what was once a rail depot and is now adjacent to the BeltLine at 904 Memorial Drive S.E.

According to today’s announcement, Golden Eagle will be the lager of the two spaces, designed as “a workingman’s tavern in the spirit of mid-century lobby bars and American Legion halls. Dishes will recall buttoned-down and forgotten standards of yesteryear, and a U-shaped bar will offer an extensive cocktail menu with accessible, boozy classics.”

Muchacho will be “a West Coast-style all-day spot. Referencing 70’s-era Venice Beach, the casual hangout will offer a tight counter service menu with breakfast and lunch tacos, toasts, grain bowls, poke bowls, and more, plus a drink list of canned beer and wine, a few cocktails and housemade agua frescas.”

An outdoor patio, shared by both restaurants, will offer a variety of seating options in view of the Beltline.

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