Chef Todd Hogan’s vision for his Alpharetta Liberty Hall restaurant has changed from The Republic Steakhouse to Prairie American Kitchen & Hearth. This restaurant will specialize in comfort foods with a slight twist from the Great American West. The dining experience will be a casual daily eatery that works for both a business lunch or dinner with the family.
You can expect to see menu items such as:
- Short Rib Fries, Hand cut Yukon fries topped with braised shredded short rib and local wild mushroom gravy
- Crawfish pot pie with crispy okra
- Handmade Smokehouse Sausages with hot pickles, peppercorn mustard, and hearth bread
- Prairie Panzanella with giant cornbread croutons, local greens pulled hardwood grilled pork tenderloin, black-eyed pea relish, & green onion dressing
- Local Little Gem Salad with watermelon radish & pickled tomato vinaigrette
- Sage Grilled Hen with baby kale & romaine salad with grilled peaches, crispy country ham, & champagne vinaigrette
- Coffee Crusted Prime Ranch Steak with cave-aged bleu cheese scalloped potatoes
- Sorghum Barbequed Beef Short Rib with skillet beans
- Pork Loin Chop with sunburst patty pan & lima cassoulet
- Venison Rib Chops with huckleberry honey glaze, wild rice & barley
- Cedar Planked Salmon with golden hominy hash
Plus, you will see craft steakburgers and other hand-held sandwiches with homemade buns and condiments.
Prairie is a look at the Great American west through our eyes and pallet. I will be using an open fire pit approach to our dishes including bone-in steaks, chops and whole roasted cuts. The side dishes will be unique and comfort to the extreme.
The change from The Republic to Praire is to offer a more casual restaurant where you can try their specials every day! For those part of the Liberty Hall Social Club, they will have access to the Republic’s market fresh menu as opportunities arise.
Hogan and the Historic Hospitality Group owns several other OTP restaurants such as Branchwater in Cumming since 2013, Branch & Barrel at Avalon in 2015, and recently re-opened Indigo in Milton. He credits the success of his restaurants to his talented teams in each one.
The Liberty Hall building and restaurant is planned for a Spring opening on the main floor with an outdoor patio.
The building is owned by the American History Guild and will have Italianate architecture located at 33 South Main Street with handmade brick and custom-made wrought iron. Liberty Cigar Company will also have a retail location on the first floor of Liberty Hall.