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From the Kitchen

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Is it Cajun or is it Creole?

11. October, 2017.

Is it Cajun or is it creole? A question that has plagued New Orleans visitors for decades. When do you use which term? Are they interchangeable? Does it even matter? The answer is…well…yes and no. Both are essential to Louisiana cooking and sometimes can be used in the same context, but they do have different […]

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NEW Menu Items!

25. August, 2017.

We have some exciting NEW reasons to come see us at Harry’s. As if you needed a new reason 😉 Chicken & Shrimp Creole – Harry’s twist on a New Orleans tradition! Sauteed chicken, tender shrimp, classic Creole sauce and steamed rice. Finished with a touch of lemon cream. Southern Grouper Fingers – Lightly coated in our […]

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Étouffée!

26. May, 2017.

There are some New Orleans signature dishes you can get anywhere. Many restaurants have some version of “Jambalaya”, and pretty much every sub shop can make a “Po’Boy.” And then, there is Étouffée… This one is for the dedicated purists, you don’t mess around with Étouffée unless you are serious about your Louisiana cuisine. This […]

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Good Friday, Great Seafood!

4. April, 2017.

This Easter weekend sit back, relax and “Let the Good Times Roll” while Harry’s does the cooking for you and your family! We are sure to have something for everyone. We have a wide variety of Seafood options including: Salmon, Mahi Mahi, Grouper, Red Fish, Shrimp & Scallops. Along with steak, chicken, pork, salads, pastas and more! […]

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Southern Grouper Fingers

9. March, 2017.

Ask any southerner what their favorite fish to order when they go out is, and nine time out of ten you’re going to hear “Grouper” as their preferred response. Well, we’ve listened to our guests and included in our Mardi Gras menu not one, but two Gulf Grouper dishes! The first being our Southern Grouper […]

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Jambalaya – THE Bourbon Street favorite

26. January, 2017.

If we’re here to talk about New Orleans and Louisiana culinary traditions, there is certainly no better or more vibrant place to start than with Jambalaya! If one looks online (or in any of the old school cookbooks our moms and grandmas used to use) we are treated to a Mardi Gras parade of multi […]