$20 for $40 Worth of Quality Meats and Seafood at Harr's Surf & Turf Market in Palm Harbor

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$20 for $40 Worth of Meats and Seafood

Beef selections include packages with four bacon-wrapped filets mignons ($29.99), ground sirloin ($3.99/lb.), and marinated shish kebabs ($4.49–$6.49 each). Seafood includes wild-caught salmon ($15.99/lb.) and Florida black grouper ($18.99). The market also proffers Boar's Head deli products ($5.99–$8.99/lb.), smoked St. Louis–style ribs ($13.99/slab), and seven styles of stuffed chicken breast ($4.49 each).

Harr's Surf & Turf Market

To call Harr's Surf & Turf Market a family business is a bit of an understatement. Stephen Innocenzi, the manager and head chef, has been joined by his mother, two aunts, a grandmother, a sister, a brother, and his two grandkids—38 employees in all. The meat industry comes naturally to the clan; Stephen’s stepfather Ervin Harr first picked up a filleting knife in 1961, and the pristine white aprons and cases full of crystalline ice eventually called to Stephen as well. "Back in ‘87,” he says, “I was working at a restaurant and studying to be an architect. I found passion for food, so I came to the family business."

In the shop, deep glass display cases teem with more than 20 varieties of fish each day, including Florida black grouper and wild-caught salmon. Staff members carefully wrap shellfish, shrimp, and crab legs, and can fly in live Maine lobster with one day's notice. Stephen walks among the aisles, going out of his way to dispense pairing advice and cooking suggestions. "We have a customer that comes in, she'll have us write the cookbook's name and page number on the wrapper so she can remember what goes where. I think someone somewhere else would look at the woman, and say 'huh?' But those of us that have been here, we're fine doing it. We don't mind."

While planning dinners, patrons draw from a stock that includes dry-aged prime beef, pork, lamb, hormone-free poultry, and Boar's Head deli products, all custom cut in house. Bottles and jars stand on the shelves in sleek ranks, the colorful labels of 350 beers and wines displaying countries of origin that include Spain, Germany, and France. Stephen also takes a particular interest in crafting complete meals for patrons to take home. "We have 22 different types of kebabs made everyday. We also have giant, stuffed twice-baked potatoes, we sell about 4,000 of those a week." he says, adding that much of what he prepares is dependent on trends. "My wife and I like to go to eat once or twice a week, and after, we'll brainstorm with the family, see what's popular."

Harr's Surf & Turf Market

To call Harr's Surf & Turf Market a family business is a bit of an understatement. Stephen Innocenzi, the manager and head chef, has been joined by his mother, two aunts, a grandmother, a sister, a brother, and his two grandkids—38 employees in all. The meat industry comes naturally to the clan; Stephen’s stepfather, Ervin Harr, first picked up a filleting knife in 1961, and the pristine white aprons and cases full of crystalline ice eventually called to Stephen as well.

"Back in ’87,” he says, “I was working at a restaurant and studying to be an architect. I found passion for food, so I came to the family business."

In the shop, deep glass display cases teem with more than 20 varieties of fish each day, including Florida black grouper and wild-caught salmon. Staff members carefully wrap shellfish, shrimp, and crab legs, and can fly in live Maine lobster with one day's notice. Stephen walks among the aisles, going out of his way to dispense pairing advice and cooking suggestions.

"We have a customer that comes in, she'll have us write the cookbook's name and page number on the wrapper so she can remember what goes where. I think someone somewhere else would look at the woman, and say 'Huh?' But those of us that have been here, we're fine doing it. We don't mind."

While planning dinners, patrons draw from a stock that includes dry-aged prime beef, pork, lamb, hormone-free poultry, and Boar's Head deli products, all custom-cut in house. Bottles and jars stand on the shelves in sleek ranks, the colorful labels of 350 beers and wines displaying countries of origin that include Spain, Germany, and France. Stephen also takes particular interest in crafting complete meals for patrons to take home.

"We have 22 different types of kebabs made every day. We also have giant, stuffed twice-baked potatoes, we sell about 4,000 of those a week," he says, adding that much of what he prepares is dependent on trends. "My wife and I like to go to eat once or twice a week, and after, we'll brainstorm with the family, see what's popular."

Reviews

I love this place! They have the best cuts and those unique items that aren’t in grocery stores, so it’s always fun to go

Janine, GleefulGrape, 5/13/11

This place is amazing! I tell everyone I know about this place. The freshest seafood, great service, huge selection.

Monika, Urbanspoon, 10/29/09
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    Palm Harbor

    3235 Tampa Rd.

    Palm Harbor, Florida 34684

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In a Nutshell

Fresh Florida seafood, dry-aged beef, Boar's Head deli meats, and all-natural poultry

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 6th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per household per visit. Not valid for alcohol. Valid in-store only. Not valid toward meat packs. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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