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We’ve taken the best of Cajun, Creole and Southern flavors
and infused them with a modern twist to create some
truly unique and award winning dishes.

The best of Cajun, Creole
and Southern flavors

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Every Tuesday is Fat Tuesday at Harry’s!

11. March, 2019.

Featuring an ALL DAY Happy Hour! “Laissez les bons temps rouler!” It’s one of the phrases we’ve adopted at Harry’s Seafood Bar& Grille that translates to “Let the good times roll!” Our daily happy hour certainly helps us to keep the good times rolling, with prices that are pretty unbeatable. Daily happy hour runs from […]

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Fighting Hunger One Po’ boy at a Time!

1. February, 2019.

Fighting Hunger One Po’ boy at a Time! Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille supports Feeding Florida’s fight against hunger with an annual donation campaign. Year after year, Feeding Florida remains committed to making sure food reaches families that need it most. Each February, Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille joins them in their fight to create a Hunger-Free […]

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Shrimp-N-Grits

2. October, 2018.

Generally, when our marketing department finally pins me down and tells me it’s time to write another one of these blog thingy’s, I write about Cajun, creole or New Orleans staple foods. But there’s more to Harry’s and more to good food than just Louisiana fare. From the cattle grazing lands of Texas to the […]

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Gift Card FAQ’s!

12. July, 2018.

The Biggest Deal Ever….is BACK!   Which means with every purchase of $100 in gift cards, we’ll give you a FREE $30 gift card in return! Here are some of the often asked FAQ’s regarding our regular and bonus cards.   Where can I redeem Harry’s Gift Cards? Gift cards and certificates issued by Harry’s […]

-From the Kitchen-

Fried Green Tomatoes

8. January, 2018.

Few side dishes can evoke romantic notions of southern cuisine the way these little fried salty and tangy slices do. You might think “hey, what about potato salad?” But there’s more variations of potato salad than there are states in the union. They even serve potato salad in the North, clearly this can be no […]

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Your party…our food!

30. October, 2017.

These selections of your favorite Harry’s menu items will make your lunch, dinner or party planning so much easier! All items below are priced per portion (minimum of 10).  Give us a call 24 hours in advance and we’ll have your new orleans feast hot, delicious and ready to serve. Your party, our food – […]

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October in the Ancient City

20. October, 2017.

“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 […]

-From the Kitchen-

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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Harry’s NEW Signature Cocktails!

28. August, 2017.

Harry’s Signature Cocktail List Harry’s Hurricane – A combination of light and dark rums, Tropicana Orange juice, pineapple & a splash of passion fruit. Big Easy – Made with Captain Morgan original spiced rum, Southern Comfort, Amaretto, Banana liqueur, Midori, pineapple & sour. Ultimate Margarita – Olmeca Altos Plata, Bauchant orange liqueur, fresh citrus juice and […]

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Q & A with Louie Saig

14. July, 2017.

Founded by Louis and Greg Saig, the original store had about 20 stools and a very limited raw bar menu. It was by chance that our first menu items were influenced by a couple fellas from Louisiana. These bold flavors and unique ingredients made a lasting impression on the development of the menu that you […]