Omnivore - Gravy Train: Antico gets a food truck, H. Harper Station opens, plus more...

Food and drink news for the week.


  • Jeff Moore
  • H. Harper Station Opening in Reynoldstown

If you live on Highland Avenue, I hope you like yourself some frozen treats! A new froyo spot called Frutella is coming to the Highland Walk complex in January and over in Virginia Highland, the quickly-growing Yogli Mogli is reportedly opening another location of their self-serve soft serve shop. Yogli Mogli has additional locations coming soon to Marietta, West Cobb and Cumming.

Antico Pizza Napoletana, recently named Best Pizza in our Best of Atlanta awards, has hit the road with Antico Express. The food truck, run by locals Lori and Dino McDowell, brings Antico pies to events around the southeast. Presently the truck can most often be found down at the Atlanta Motor Speedway and other racing events in places like Talladega and Daytona Beach. The team is looking to expand their reach soon to serve up the slices at festivals around Atlanta. The pies are precooked by Antico, frozen and then heated to serve in the truck. Antico Express currently offers just two options - Margherita or Pepperoni - available by the slice or pie.

H. Harper Station will open in Reynoldstown this Sunday, November 7. The restaurant, which will serve updated Southern cuisine, is located at 904 Memorial Drive in the building that was previously The Depot. The interior has been updated but still pays homage to the space’s train station roots. The menu will focus on small plates and communal dining. H. Harper Station will be open Tuesday - Saturday from 4 p.m. - 2 a.m. and on Sundays for supper beginning at 3 p.m..