A new restaurant serving cuisine inspired from countries across the world is debuting for dinner tonight at a development in Deep Ellum.
“We sought to develop a brand that delivered the ambience of a restaurant’s bar area along with the exceptional food, drinks and service you expect of a high-end dining room,” Milkshake Concepts co-founder Imran Sheikh said in a statement. “Harper’s was designed with that in mind, and we felt that The Epic was the ideal location for the flagship. Everything about Harper’s, from its vibrant ambience to the elevated cuisine, is designed to stand out.”
Jacob Williamson, who has worked at Wolfgang Puck restaurants, is the executive chef of the 7,655-square-foot restaurant. Food options include Peruvian anticucho beef sticks, Burmese tea leaf salad and Texas wagyu tomahawk made with miso compound butter.
When brunch launches later this month, neighbors can enjoy Japanese pancakes, whole lobster benedict and more.
For drinks, there’s the Barcelona pick pocket, a twist on the old fashioned that uses Glenmorangie 10-year scotch, Italian Ramazzotti Amaro, lavender bitters 33 spices and Manchego garnish. Another option is the “awesome” martini, a colorless espresso martini.
The interior of Harper’s features dark wood and bold accents and lighting fixtures. Its patio can be enclosed.
For now, the restaurant is just open for dinner. Reservations are highly encouraged.
Harper’s, 2525 Elm St. Suite 150, 469-998-0013