Harper’s Steakhouse Opens in Downtown Nashville

A new restaurant has opened in the heart of Nashville. Harper’s Steakhouse, located at 2 Lea Avenue, offers cocktails, steak, seafood, decadent desserts, an impressive wine list and more.

Harper’s Steakhouse is a Milkshake Concepts restaurant, building on their legacy of exceptional restaurants to open the new eatery. Their portions are generous, their service is impeccable, and their attention to detail proves that Harper’s Steakhouse will likely be around for decades to come.

“Harper’s is like nothing else in Nashville,” Imran Sheikh, co-founder and CEO of Milkshake Concepts, says. “Our menu will be delectable to both traditionalists and adventure seekers. Stepping inside, the restaurant will feel like the rightful next evolution of the steakhouse experience with design that is luxurious, comfortable, and authentically exciting and unique. We’re so excited to welcome Nashville to Harper’s and become a go-to community destination for every occasion.”

Among their numerous unique items are their Crispy Rock Shrimp Tempura, Big Eye Tuna Sashimi Filet Migonon, Elk Tenderloin, the Harper’s Steakhouse Burger, made with a Wagyu beef patty, Lamb Chops and more. Harper’s Steakhouse also offers Large Format Cuts, including a 30-ounce Australian Wagyu Tomahawk.

Although it might be called a steakhouse, Harper’s also puts a high emphasis on delicious — and very generously-sized — desserts, including a shareable tableside Crème Brûlée, torched tableside with Champagne-marinated fresh berries, their 12-Layer Chocolate Cake and their Goo Goo Cluster Cheesecake.

Hand-crafted cocktail options include the Wagyu Old Fashioned made with smoked wagyu-washed Jack Daniels Triple Mash, and A Tale of Two Cities, Patrón tequila with lemon, Madagascar vanilla and a cabernet float.

Harper’s is currently open for dinner service, but plans to expand to lunch and brunch options in the near future.

Harper’s offers valet service, which will be for $5 during lunch, and is currently $15 during dinner. Self-parking will also be also free during lunch, for up to 90 minutes, and is only $5 during dinner, for up to 120 minutes.

Find more information, and make a reservation, at HarpersNashville.com.

Photos: Ashley Estave and Johnny Thompson