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Elephant East Opens Oct 21

Opening Thursday, October 21 for dinner and drinks, Harwood Hospitality Group’s newest concept, Elephant East offers guests an adventurous and lively escape from the ordinary. With layered and ornate design and a menu that focuses on technique, flavors and signature dishes from Southeastern Asia as well as stylish cocktails, sake and soju, Elephant East promises to be the next new hot spot in The Harwood District.

Located at 2850 N. Harwood St, Suite 120, the new restaurant, bar, and lounge neighbors Harwood Arms. Elephant East is the second concept to debut on La Rue Purdue, the European-inspired alleyway at the base of the office tower Harwood No. 10, and the tenth concept by Harwood Hospitality Group.

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Elephant East, a New Pan-Asian Concept to Open in Harwood District in Fall 2021

Opening for dinner and drinks this fall, Harwood Hospitality Group’s exciting new concept, Elephant East, is a Pan-Asian-inspired, adventurous, and lively escape from the ordinary that will add yet another element of energy to the 19-city block Harwood District.

Located adjacent to sister concept Harwood Arms at 2850 N. Harwood St., Elephant Eastis a contemporary, Pan-Asian restaurant, bar, and lounge featuring a richly detailed design, stylish cocktails, sake, and soju, along with a shared plate menu experience that tells a story of heritage, life, and adventure from Bangkok to Bali.

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Te Deseo Joins The Ranks Adjacent To Happiest Hour With A Latin Flare

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Opening for dinner and drinks on Wednesday, August 7, Harwood Hospitality Group’s latest creation, Te Deseo will feature Latin American-inspired cuisine and cocktails in a stunning environment of multiple social and dining spaces each with differing personalities and design.  

Located at 2700 Olive Street, adjacent to sister concept Happiest Hour, the 14,000 square foot restaurant features a sultry lit interior with a series of uniquely designed dining rooms, tiled courtyard, four bars, and a stunning rooftop overlooking the city. Enhanced by a lively lineup of Friday and Saturday night entertainment, Te Deseo promises to be an exciting destination with energy lasting well into the night. Continue reading

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