The food itself was awesome. I got the French Baked Scallops with Collard Greens. The greens were a little salty but I expected that. The reason for the 3 stars is the service and management. I called earlier in the day to ask about their "gluten sensitive" menu because it's not listed on the website. The man that answered the phone around 1230pm on a Tuesday sounded annoyed from the get go and basically told me he didn't have time to tell me what the offering were. Said I had to call back when they weren't busy. His name is Chris, and he's possibly one of the mangers, as we found a card at the restaurant when we went with his name on it. We had a 15 minute wait but that wasn't bad. Once we sat down it took at least 15 minutes for the server to come get our drink orders then another 20 minutes to bring us the water we ordered. She said the manager gave her a large party outside as well as her regular tables. It took 25 minutes to get our food. Getting our bill and boxes for leftovers took longer than it should of as well. Not sure I'd go back but I did really love my scallops and they didn't make me sick.
We normally don't eat out when the restaurant is busy. But we were celebrating a graduation, and didn't have a choice. Harry's has a gluten sensitive menu, but you need to question the manager or server about the food you want, as gluten containing food is listed on the gluten sensitive menu. Three of us are celiac. Two dinners were fantastic. The third was a salad that had a crouton on the edge of the salad. My daughter scooped out that part of the salad, and didn't find any other croutons in her salad.
This place was great. GF menu with a large amount of choices. They seemed knowledgeable about celiac. I had chicken breast(huge amount) with bacon and cheese on top, along with NOLA rice and it was so good.