Globally-inspired restaurant launches new dinner, brunch and happy hour menus
As Harper’s approaches its one-year anniversary in August in the Good-Latimer district, the globally-inspired restaurant is celebrating with a full menu update.
Available now, Harper’s refreshed dinner, brunch and happy hour menus feature elevated cuisine, seasonal features and a new selection of visually stunning, handcrafted cocktails. The new menu has been retooled to offer more sharable “Arrivals,” an expanded “Crustacea & Raw” section with fresh sushi and nigiri options, an enhanced three-tiered seafood tower and the addition of more moderately priced entrée options.
Harper’s fans will celebrate the return of an old favorite, the Sweet Corn Agnolotti with caramelized summer corn and ricotta. New notable dishes include a Wagyu Beef Pastrami Shortrib with brussels sprout sauerkraut and house mustard, Pan Seared Diver Scallops with a citrus beurre blanc and crispy lacinato kale, and a classic Grilled Chicken Piccata with lemon, capers, parsley and spicy greens. Harper’s premier steak selection remains top-of-the-line with delicious upgrades available such as cold-water lobster tail, king crab Oscar, and Alaskan king crab legs.
A new Happy Hour menu has been created with half-off cocktails, beer and wine, $8 appetizers, and $3 sushi and oysters. Happy Hour is served from 4-7 p.m. on Monday through Friday and is now offered throughout the restaurant. Harper’s has also announced the addition of Seafood Sundays, offering 50% off its famous seafood towers on Sundays for dinner only.
“What better time to double down on crowd favorites and introduce new things than our first anniversary,” said Milkshake Concepts CEO Imran Sheikh. “We’ve learned a lot this year, and we’ve listened to what our guests want. This new menu offers more to savor and a bit more approachability, making Harper’s ideal for any night of the week. Plus, guests will be able to enjoy the new atmosphere and capture their night with a photo in front of our floral installation by R Love Floral in The Garden Room!”
To keep guests refreshed, Harper’s has overhauled its handcrafted cocktail selections. Guests can now enjoy new signature cocktails, summertime Aperol creations and a world-class selection of wine. Harper’s offers original, handcrafted cocktails including A Night in Paris with Empress Gin, Blueberry Saffron Compote, fresh lime juice and green tea-infused Lillet, Fallen Angel with Angel’s Envy Bourbon, Amaro Nonino, apricot liqueur, and Luxardo cherry, and Pink Lady with Absolut Vanilla, rose champagne, strawberry puree and lime sorbet.
Of course, Harper’s had to give some love to the brunch lovers of Dallas and has added a Sunday brunch to complement the wildly popular Saturday brunch. The brunch menu has been refreshed and expanded so guests can enjoy new favorites like the Ranchero Bowl with potato hash, black beans, salsa verde and two stone-ground tostadas, The Benedict that can be upgraded with salmon, steak or lobster and a stunning plate of Very Berry Pancakes layered with Chantilly cream and seasonal berries. The chef-attended omelet station will remain with omelets being made to order and served with marbled potato hash. A new, large-format cocktail has joined the party as well—Agua de Valencia, a beautifully presented tray with Campo Viejo Reserva Cava, Beefeater Gin, Absolut & Valencia orange juice mixed tableside into a pitcher for sharing.
Located at 2525 Elm St. in the new Epic development nestled between Deep Ellum and Downtown, Harper’s features dark wood, bold accents and striking light fixtures with a beautifully lit, fully enclosable patio—The Garden Room—that’s perfect for brunch. Harper’s elevated menu draws on wanderlust through its globally-inspired cuisine and handcrafted cocktails. It’s the ideal destination for business and social dinners, date nights, happy hour, late night drinks and momentous celebrations—and now: brunch.
(This Philanthropy Lifestyles eBuzz courtesy Harper’s.)