Harry T's is a great place for locals, visitors

Harry T's
Nick Tomecek | Northwest Florida Daily News
Published: Monday, June 10, 2013 at 09:10 AM.

One of the many wonderful things about living on the Emerald Coast is the chance we locals have to avail ourselves of amenities visitors take for granted.

Harry T’s Lighthouse Restaurant at HarborWalk Village is an excellent example.

The Food
Harry T’s had just switched to a new menu the day we arrived for lunch, so a take-out version wasn’t available for me to grab for reference. It has, however, been updated on their website.

The only issue this created came when it was time for dessert, which we’ll get to in a minute.

We started our meal with the Nacho Grande appetizer. Other choices on the extensive “T’sers” menu include smoked tuna dip, oysters Rockefeller, chilled boiled shrimp, calamari and mussels.

The nachos were, indeed, grande, and we should have opted for a half-order. They were a multi-layered concoction of cheesy goodness.

My guest noted, “There’s good stuff all the way to the bottom, not just piled on top.”

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