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Harper's Table
Southern Restaurant (US)$$$
Today 5PM–12AM
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122 N Main St Suffolk, VA 23434
122 North Main StreetUSVirginiaSuffolk23434
$$$Southern Restaurant (US), Bar
Southern Restaurant (US)
Today 5PM–12AM
Thursday 5PM–12AMFriday 5PM–12AMSaturday 5PM–12AMSunday ClosedMonday 5PM–12AMTuesday 5PM–12AMWednesday 5PM–12AM
Harper's Table opened July 31, 2012 in Suffolk, VA. We aim to create unforgettable hospitality and dining for our guests. We will focus on very high quality cuisine, reasonable prices and exceptional service. We look forward to having you at our table.

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Stylish eatery offering high-end Southern fare & cocktails in industrial-chic surrounds.- Google
"5 Star Burgers, and great buffalo chicken tenders."
"Wonderful pork belly sliders."
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Milton Cook
3 months ago
Wonderful pork belly sliders. The crab , asparagus pasta special was perfect. Great atmosphere for a quiet dinner.
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josue esquivel
2 months ago
Very clean and nice atmosphere. Food was great as well as service.
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Bill Johnson
a year ago
We just went recently to the famous Chef and the Farmer restaurant in Kinston, NC. Harper's Table was better tonight when we went for ribs and barbecue. You can't see Harper on PBS, but the experience in Suffolk is just as good if not better. We have eaten here numerous times and recommend it highly. Bill J.
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Cathy Benedict
a year ago
Overpriced. Bbq was dry big chunks with small dipping sauce and cole slaw was raw cabbage and carrots dry. $16.95.
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John Schaub
8 months ago
The atmosphere, drinks, and food were fantastic. We chose to drive 30 minutes to dine here based on other five star reviews, and they were right. Just the right crowd of people- formal enough for a business dinner or a special night out, yet casual enough to do so in jeans. We will beback!
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Richard Jackson
4 months ago
Had fried oysters and they were HUGE! BEST oysters anywhere. Highly recommend!
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Sarah Mullin
a year ago
This restaurant is the jewel of the Suffolk restaurant scene, and I am so thrilled that it's nestled in an amazing space downtown and not in sprawling North Suffolk. The food is sensational! My husband and I could live on the pork belly biscuits and fries alone. While the entrees can get pricey, the burger is killer without killing your wallet. I splurge whenever there is rockfish, quail or duck creations. Oh and softshell crab tacos. Absolutely love the taco items when they appear on the menu. The cocktail and wine menus are also exceptional. The creativity in cocktails is on the order of a major city. And the rotating list of wines is always well researched to ensure delight.
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All Reviews
a year ago
This restaurant didn't deliver when I visited there last week. The food was over-priced - $4 for a quarter-sized ham (pork belly) biscuit! Really?!!! The appetizers we ordered were not good: the pork belly biscuit I was served was small and the silver of ham was over 50% pure, white fat! Yuck! The french fries were not greasy but looked and tasted burnt! The oysters were fried but watery inside. The only remotely tasty items we ordered were the hush puppies (crunchy on the outside, light and tender on the inside) and the pound cake (with chocolate sauce and chocolate ice cream). The "Happy Hour" specials, the 1-hour span of time between opening and 6:00 pm, were apparently applicable ONLY IF you sat at their unfinished bar (no foot rail and about 15 metal chairs made for the under 100 lbs crowd.) Seemed rather silly since the whole restaurant is an open rectangle with the bar and a combo of about 10 booths and tables. Our group would have been more comfortable at a table, but oh well. I didn't leave with a favorable view of this restaurant and know I will never visit again. Now, the Plaid Turnip across the street is much, much, much better in all respects. My recommendation is the Plaid Turnip.
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