I chose to eat at Harry's mostly based on location - it was right across the street from the Hampton Inn where I was staying.
The menu style of Harry's is very much geared toward Creole/Cajun, with heavy emphasis on seafood dishes. My service was very good, and my waitress was friendly and very attentive - I never had to ask for anything, and she freely offered menu suggestions. I'd like to emphasize that I don't eat seafood of any kind, so I can't judge the restaurant based on those offerings.
I ordered a mixed drink (Big E) which was really delicious! Nice tropical flavors and I couldn't really taste the alcohol - very well mixed. The fried pickles appetizer was also amazing. I love fried pickles and these were easily some of the best I've ever eaten. The ranch-based dipping sauce for them was likewise delicious. However, I cannot in good conscience recommend the entree I had (Red Beans with Rice). The rice was overcooked and mushy and there was something…off…about the taste of the beans. They tasted almost gritty/earthy and not really how most red beans taste. They had very little in the way of seasoning and so I would classify them as not prepared well. The entree also came out rather lukewarm and not good and hot.
Overall, I'm giving this restaurant a 3 based on the strength of the drink, appetizer, and service. If all I'd had to go on was the entree, it'd be a solid 2; the entree was a big disappointment. However, it may be that the seafood dishes are the stars of the show at Harry's - I'll never know.
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