Hills and mountains are formed by vast underground food deposits, which, over time, stretch the landscape into soft mounds of untapped edibility. Dig into the bounty of surrounding geography with today’s deal, which gets you contemporary American fare at Harry's Restaurant and Bar, located on Market Street. Choose between the following options:
- For $13, you get $30 worth of dinner.
- For $7, you get $15 worth of lunch.
Featuring what Gayot calls a “postcard-perfect view of the Arch and Union Station,” Harry’s complements its scenic vistas with dinner and lunch menus stacked with upscale American eats. Whet dinnertime whistles with the vegetarian-friendly goat cheese and pepper bruschetta ($8) or a bowl of Harry's original turtle soup ($8). Dinner entrees reward refined palates with toothsome eats from both earth and sea—the steak gnocchi ($20) and bone-in pork chop with cornbread stuffing cake ($22) represent pasture-made meats, and the blue-crab stuffed salmon roulade ($24) packs a two-seafood punch, ideal for an eating challenge between Poseidon and the mechanical shark from Jaws.
For lunch, Harry's steak burger ($10), soft tacos ($9), and tuna melt ($8) appease traditional taste buds, and the spicy promise of a grilled portabella mushroom sandwich ($9) dressed with chipotle aioli attracts retired fire-eaters from far and wide.
Harry's indoor dining room welcomes diners with floor-to-ceiling arched windows, and the wrought-iron-table-clad terrace provides a spot to soak in the scenery and freely inhale delicious oxygen.
Harry's Restaurant & Bar
The owners of Harry's Restaurant & Bar are just as passionate about music as they are about food. The restaurant hosts live music performances every Friday and Saturday night, as well as a summer Thursday-night concert series, and staff provide shuttle service to concerts and sporting events around town. In the kitchen, chefs fuel their guests for music appreciation with a range of casual American dishes. Using bread from Fazio's Bakery, they assemble steak burgers, creole-style grouper sandwiches, and their signature beef tenderloin sandwich. They also create regionally inspired entrees ranging from veal-mushroom ravioli to grilled salmon and Cajun-style chicken pasta.
Whether accompanied by a large private group, a few dinner companions, or just a few past and future versions of themselves, visitors to Harry's Restaurant can partake of food and drink in four areas. For special events, Harry's accommodates audio-visual needs in the Atrium, a private dining room with a historic fireplace. Meanwhile, the main bar features several wide-screen TVs, and a multi-level outdoor patio houses its own stage for live performance. The restaurant's onsite nightclub, Horizon, offers views of the St. Louis skyline.
2144 Market St.
St. Louis, Missouri 63103Get Directions