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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

-From the Kitchen-

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 […]

-From the Kitchen-

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 […]


New Year – New You! Staying Healthy at Harry’s

4. January, 2017.

It’s a New Year and healthy eating resolutions are in full swing. Think you now have to swear off eating at Harry’s? Think again. We know eating out can be difficult when trying to watch what you eat that’s why Harry’s has a number of lighter options that can satisfy both your tastes and dietary needs. […]

-Seasonal Menu-

Feb-March Mardi Gras Parade of Flavors!

4. January, 2017.

2017 Mardi Gras Parade of Flavors! Available February 1 – March 31, 2017   Southern Grouper Fingers – Lightly coated in our signature seasoned corn flour, fried until golden and dusted with Cajun spices. Served with a house made deviled tartar sauce. Grouper Meunière – Crispy seared fillet of Grouper topped with tender sautéed Shrimp and a Louisiana brown […]


February 2017 – Fighting Hunger: One Po’Boy at a Time

4. January, 2017.

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 Florida – One Po’Boy at a Time. Harry’s […]

-Seasonal Menu-

There’s No Place Like Harry’s for the Holidays!

18. December, 2016.

Harry’s Holiday Menu   Blackened Brie – A blackened wheel of velvety Brie cheese topped with Harry’s Creole cranberry chutney. Served with buttered crostinis. Frenchman Street Crepes – Tender Shrimp and Chicken mixed with sautéed spinach, Fontina cheese, Ham and Bacon and rolled into a delicate, savory crepes. Finished with a light and creamy Shrimp […]


Celebrate 29 years with Harry’s!

20. June, 2016.

Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille is saying thanks to its guests for 29 years of patronage with a special celebration. On June 26th, Harry’s locations in Tallahassee, Gainesville, Ocala and Lakeland will offer a featured menu of specially selected items at rollback pricing. On Sunday, June 26th, guests will enjoy Harry’s Seafood Bar and Grille’s […]


2016 Summertime Flavors!

31. May, 2016.

Southern Plate – A new twist on a tour of the South! Classic Deviled Eggs paired with flash fried oysters all garnished with crispy bacon then drizzled with our house-made sweet and spicy Pepper Jelly. Louie’s Lobster Po’boy – Delicate sweet Lobster flash fried and tossed with our spicy Bayou sauce. Served with lettuce, tomatoe […]


Easter Weekend the Harry’s Way!

21. March, 2016.

This Easter 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. And for those trying to keep to the “no meat” on Good Friday we have a wide variety of Seafood options including: Salmon, Mahi, Ahi Tuna, Red […]


New Orleans: A Place Like No Other 

4. February, 2016.

New Orleans, NOLA, N’awlins, The Big Easy, The Crescent City – no matter what you prefer to call this historic and distinctive city, there is clearly something about it that charms tourists and locals alike. With its deep and diverse historical and cultural backgrounds, it’s no surprise that New Orleans lays claim to quite a […]