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The Very Retro Golden Eagle Is Officially Open in Reynoldstown

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It’s from the owner of Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall

The bar at Golden Eagle. Andrew Thomas Lee

This one’s a throwback: Golden Eagle Diner’s Club, the new restaurant from Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall owner Michael Lennox, is now open in the building that once housed H. Harper Station and now is home to ‘70s-esque taco place Muchacho.

It’s inspired by the restaurants of days gone by (read: the ‘50s and ‘60s) , with a clubby atmosphere and food Lennox described to Eater as “no-nonsense, throwback continental classics of yesteryear.”

That translates to Tavern steak au poivre and broiled oysters along with Corpse Reviver cocktails, according to the very first Yelp review. The decor looks to be dark and moody, with red plaid carpet, vintage glassware and crushed velvet seating.

Update: check out Golden Eagle’s menu here.

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Golden Eagle

904 Memorial Drive Southeast, , GA 30316 (404) 963-1703 Visit Website

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