Good news! Harry’s will be open for regular business hours through September! And, for the month of October, Harry’s will be open Thursday through Sunday with a last full day of service of October 27.
Harry’s has the only ocean-side rooftop bar, with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, in Cape May. Plus, Wednesday through Sunday, every week in September, Harry’s offers outstanding live music. Couple that with outstanding food – what more could you ask for?
Here’s who’s playing this month.
Wednesdays through September 26 | 4pm to 8pm
The Honeyhawks are a husband-wife acoustic duo who play an eclectic range of romantic and vintage folk and pop and have fun doing it. Join them for Crush Wednesdays at Harry’s.
Thursdays through September 27| 4pm – 8pm
MJ is a self-taught musician, originally from Philadelphia. He has been playing solo acoustic gigs in Cape May County since the age of 17, where he mixes a blend of classic rock and current favorites. His smooth sounds keep good vibe flowing at our rooftop bar.
Fridays through September 28 | 4pm – 8pm
Nate is a true beach bum. He hardly leaves the beach whether he’s living in Cape May during the summer or Hawaii in the winter. His music taste reflects his beach-loving, adventurous, attitude as he plays much loved hits from other beach-loving artists like Sublime, Bob Marley, Jack Johnson, and more.
Saturdays | 4pm – 8pm
The Yokels | 9/15
The Yokels play classic rock, blues, country and Americana songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s. The band is made of stellar musicians from the Jersey Cape and when they get together, it’s always a great show. Lead singer Marnie Lengle’s soulful voice will make you smile. It fits perfectly among the power trio of Nate Kennedy, Ed Dobbs, and Andy Reeves.
The Capers | 9/22 | 4pm – 8pm
The Capers offer a classic mix of cover tunes ranging from soft rock, to country, to Motown, to jazz, blues and R&B. Their favorite acts to cover include the Eagles, America, the Beatles, Roy Orbison, Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, Aretha Franklin, Gershwin, Smokey Robinson, and more. The Capers play in venues in and around Cape May and are happily playing at Harry’s.
The Bastard Sons of Captain Mey | 9/29 | 4pm – 8pm
This group of local Cape May musicians began swapping sounds and instruments at a BBQ in 2015. After a number of visits to MQ Murphy’s Open Mic at the Mad Batter in Cape May, they coined the band name “The Bastard Sons of Levon Helm.” After a courteous exchange with the late and great Mr. Helm’s friends and family, the boys adopted the name of the town in which they honed their sound. Since then, the boys have continued to write and preform the music they love n various indoor and outdoor settings.
Sundays | 4pm – 8pm
With a mantra of “strum and wail”, Nicki Sbaffoni consistently surprises and delights audiences with powerful and creatively twisted versions of favorite songs as well as her eclectic song menu, offering close to 500 songs from all genres and eras. Nicki has been writing and performing music for more than half her life. She is a genuine music fan, and unlike many other acoustic performers in the scene, can actually perform 100% of requests.
Harry’s Ocean Bar & Grille is open for breakfast, lunch, happy hour, and dinner. It’s the best place to relax and enjoy great food in Cape May – especially in the fall. We have fantastic ocean views, great menus and a welcoming atmosphere. So, join us! Eat, drink and be Harry!