The Harp Has Finally Opened In Former Grant Park Harp Transmission Space

It's BYOB until the owners secure a liquor license.
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Transformation of Harp Transmission into Grant Park eatery The Harp is finally complete.

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Co-Owners and brother and sister Chef Jarrett Gray and Joy Prince quietly debuted The Harp at the end of last week, at 350 Memorial Drive Southeast.

Originally uncovered by What Now Atlanta in late-2018, The Harp was pushing for an August 2019 debut.

“We are excited to share our vision with the Historic Grant Park Neighborhood and surrounding areas,” Gray in an email Tuesday told What Now Atlanta.

“We are officially open for lunch and dinner.”

A key feature of the restaurant is a self-serve beer-and-wine-on-tap bar with 40 options, accessible by guests via wearable technology, which will be available as soon as Gray and Prince secure a liquor license for The Harp.

In the meantime, nosh on the American fare and BYOB during lunch, dinner, and eventually weekend brunch.

“Until the alcohol license is approved, we encourage BYOB without any corkage fees.”

When the weather gets warmer, The Harp will also debut its 200-seat patio with yard games like cornhole.

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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta, What Now Los Angeles, What Now San Diego, and What Now Las Vegas.
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