Last month we announced the good news that Harry’s will be open for regular business hours through September. And, for the month of October, Harry’s will stay open Thursday through Sunday with a last full day of service of October 27.

We look forward to welcoming guests through October with great food and fantastic music. But, we know good food can’t always wait until you see us at Harry’s. That’s why we’ve put together this collection of great fall recipes from Coastal Living. Enjoy!

 

Mains

Spanish-Style Clam Stew with Garlic Toast

Smoked paprika adds depth and weight to this delicious stew while saffron and a little extra flavor and color.

Recipe: Spanish-Style Clam Stew with Garlic Toast

 

Lobster Mac and Cheese

Of course, he best lobster is fresh, so that means cooking your own for this recipe. For convenience, you can ask your local fish market to steam one for you. Then, simply shell chop the meat into medium chunks from the claw to tail (you can use all tail meat for this recipe).

Recipe: Lobster Mac and Cheese

 

Biscuit-topped Vegetable Pot Pies

Beautiful seasonal vegetables are topped with a savory parmesan biscuit for this vegetable pot pie recipe. Consider making extra – everyone in your family is sure to love them!

Recipe: Biscuit-topped Vegetable Pot Pies

 

Chipotle Beef Chili

This hearty chili is perfect for your next weeknight dinner. Canned chipotle peppers and dark beer pack this simple dish with tons of flavor.

Recipe: Chipotle Beef Chili

 

Soups

Salmon Chowder with Chives

This flavorful, creamy, soup features salmon rather than clams. Bonus tip: you can replace half the cream with mashed potatoes to reduce calories and saturated fat.

Recipe: Salmon Chowder with Chives

 

Caramelized Onion Soup

Bonito flakes set this soup apart. Made from fillets of a tuna-like fish, they’re smoked, aged, and shaved into paper-thin slices for a savory, smoky flavor that you’ll never forget.

Recipe: Caramelized Onion Soup

 

Lowcountry Boil in a Bowl

Try Costal Living’s take on a Southern classic. They’re Lowcountry Boil can be made on the stove in less than an hour, making it another perfect dish for weeknights.

Recipe: Lowcountry Boil in a Bowl

 

Deserts

Berry Cobbler

Opt for a homecooked cobbler and enjoy the sweetness of berries baked in a warm crust. Just prepare before dinner, bake, and serve warm from the oven for a delicious after-dinner treat.

Recipe: Berry Cobbler

 

Plum Upside-Down Pudding Cake

Use a cast-iron skillet to prepare this one-of-a-kind pudding cake in less than 15 minutes. Savory buttermilk batter and sweet plums makes a delicious combination.

Recipe: Plum Upside-Down Pudding Cake

 

Chocolate-Bourbon Cake

Pair this rich chocolate cake with coffee and ice cream for the perfect cool weather treat.

Recipe: Chocolate-Bourbon Cake

 

Apple Crepes

Try this delish French staple for a special breakfast or brunch. Granny Smith apples and cinnamon add a decedent apple pie flavor to these crepes.

Recipe: Apple Crepes

 

Don’t forget we have live music every night through October 28. So, come visit us this weekend at Harry’s!

Harry’s Ocean Bar & Grille is a favorite Cape May restaurant and rooftop bar. Philadelphia Magazine recently named Harry’s one of the best places to drink outside on the Jersey shore. Open Seasonally for breakfast, lunch, happy hour, and dinner, Harry’s is the perfect place to relax and enjoy great food overlooking that Atlantic Ocean.