“Ahh…October in the Ancient City. The perfect time for comfortable evening strolls along the bayfront to your favorite neighborhood eatery for some great food and…lively spirits?! In more ways than one, St. Augustine always seems to come alive just as the humidity begins to drop and people start talking about ghosts and goblins. Halloween is a custom tailored season for the historic streets of our little town. One of the most spirited addresses in St. Augustine is 46 Avenida Menendez, the longtime location of Harry’s Seafood, Bar, and Grille. Charmingly
situated overlooking the bay front, this little slice of the city has been witness to some of St. Augustine’s most historic events. Legend has
it that even certain original inhabitants have never felt compelled to leave. With the property’s peaceful botanical courtyard, St. Augustine’s
old southern charm similar to that of the Big Easy, and Harry’s Louisianainspired cuisine like their scrumptious Shrimp Creole and mouth
watering Catfish Pontchartrain, who can blame them? But don’t let the spectral hosts discourage you from experincing one of the areas true
gems — they have never been known to cause anyone harm. If nothing else, they may add to the ambience of your evening at Harry’s.”

Read the full Old City Life article “Good Taste a little bit of the Big Easy” by Robert Waldner here Old City Life article