Seattle is a hotbed for fresh and delicious eats found in casual and approachable environments. Tucked into one of Capital Hill’s hippest neighborhoods, you’ll find one restaurant that tends to stand out among the crowds – Harry’s Fine Foods.
Harry’s was re-imagined in 2015. After graduating with honors from the Culinary Institute of America in New York and working in Michelin starred restaurants across the country, Julian re-opened Harry’s Fine Foods with the goal of bringing together unparalleled service and a fresh approach to seasonal ingredients. Julian aims to raise the bar when it comes to the intersection between experience and hospitality. Based on the constant buzz coming out of this neighborhood hotspot, he seems to have achieved what he’s set out to do.
Harry's is open for dinner on Wednesday and Thursday, but you can get your day started, and ended, on Friday, Saturday and Sunday as they're open for both brunch, lunch, dinner and everything in between. From a bangin’ cocktail list, including your critical Bloody Mary and Mimosa, Julian has curated a stunning list of wines to perfectly compliment a menu that reflects the region in all its diversity. If coffee’s more your thing, Harry’s is rockin’ our Milk Money drip, so get ready for some delicious batch brew!
Don’t miss the corn cakes and Korean fried chicken and waffles. No matter how fuzzy you may feel from a glass of wine, or too many, the night before, those two dishes are sure to sort you out and get you started. Harry's kale Caesar is another menu highlight that sets the tone for their Pacific Northwest approach.
Get there early - for real. This place gets packed, but well worth the wait. If you do get caught in the crowds, there’s a couple of beautiful benches outside where you can soak up the sunshine, if/when that happens in Seattle;)
Harry’s Fine Foods
601 Bellevue Ave. E
Seattle, WA 98102