American Classic Cuisine with a French Flair

Welcome to Harry's
Food & Spirits

American Classic Cuisine with a French Flair 

About Us

Harry’s Food & Spirits

Enjoy farm to table dinning in a casually unique sitting. We offer setting areas to fit the mood, from small intimate dinning rooms, the covered porch, or the patio with outdoor fireplace. Our menu includes charbroiled steaks and chops, veal, lamb, and of course traditional Maryland seafood. Our acclaimed chef Jeri Wyre brings her own unique talents to the menu and to the nightly specials such as herb roasted rack of lamb, petite beef Wellington, or New England seafood stew. The Chef offers light fare, comfort food, soups, salads, burgers, chicken pot pie, meat loaf, crab quesadilla and her peppered shrimp and goat cheese pizza. 

Come join us at the bar for "Harry Hour!"

Come join us at the bar for our version of Happy Hour (Harry Hour) from 4 to 6 pm Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and from 3 to 6 on Fridays.  Enjoy specialty cocktails and order small plate fare starting at $5.00 each from our Bar Menu.  Join lively discussions of politics to antique motorcycles. There is not a world problem that cannot be fixed after a few pints. The “Beer wall” features 17 craft beers. The wine cabinet holds a good cross section of wines. Dynamic cocktails are Dolly's preoccupation check out “Dolly Cocktail Wall”. The driest martini on the shore can be had at Harry's.  

Our Hours

Harry’s Food & Spirits is open Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 4pm and Fridays from 3 pm. Last seatings are at 9 pm.

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Harry's Food & Spirits

4 South First Street, Denton, MD 21629, US

(410) 479-1919

Hours

Harry’s Food & Spirits is open Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 4pm and Fridays from 3 pm. Last seatings are at 9 pm.

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