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Fun

It’s playtime! Part of the fun of having a new home is the housewarming, so since 2011, Michael has invited some of his talented friends to come cook at Harry’s. Harry’s chef pop-up dinners occur about once a month, each time with a new chef in Harry’s kitchen doing a special menu from their cookbook, their restaurant, or sometimes something different. We close to regular business for these intimate evenings.  They are relaxed and convivial, with a family-style meal unfolding at communal tables.  Seating is first come first served. Guests enjoy a welcome cocktail, hors d’oeuvre, four courses, wine and beer, and go home with a signed copy of the guest chef’s cookbook or other packaged goodies, with tax and gratuity all included in the ticket price. Tickets are exclusively sold online for the pop-up series through this page. Season one kicked major booty, and 2014 is shaping up with a mighty impressive line-up. Click around below and get yourself a ticket on the double!  Seating is limited and these puppies sell out pretty fast. PLEASE, YOU MUST BRING YOUR PRINTED TICKET WITH YOU TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE DINNER. THANK YOU!

2014 Season

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, April 8: The Ordinary Pizzeria with Chef Mike Lata

Mike Lata is Chef/Partner of FIG Restaurant in Charleston, SC, which he opened in 2003 with Partner Adam Nemirow and was just nominated for a 2014 Beard Award for Outstanding Wine Service.  In December 2012, Lata and Nemirow opened The Ordinary, a classic oyster bar and seafood hall in Charleston’s Upper King district, to much local and national acclaim.  The James Beard Foundation has nominated The Ordinary as Best New Restaurant in 2013, and GQ, Esquire and Bon Appétit also named it one of the best restaurants of the year. When he’s not in the kitchen, Mike can be found hitting the links, riding his prized Ducati motorcycles, or enjoying life with his wife, Emilee, and their son, Henry.

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, February 19: Lincoln Pizzeria with Chef Jenn Louis
Jenn Louis and husband David Welch opened their first brick-and-mortar concept, Lincoln Restaurant in 2008. A balance between old and new, modern and classic, rustic and refined. Louis’ menu takes its cue from the seasons, harvesting locally-grown Pacific Northwest ingredients and transforming them into sophisticated yet honest fare. Her mix of fortitude and finesse immediately made Lincoln a standout on the Portland restaurant scene.  Just a few short months after opening, the restaurant was recognized as one of Condé Nast Traveler’s “Hot List” of 50 top new restaurants in North America, while Louis was recognized as a semifinalist for the 2010 and 2011 James Beard Foundation’s “Best Chef Northwest” and as a 2012 Food & Wine Best New Chef.  

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, January 21: Toro Pizzeria with Chef Ken Oringer & Chef Jamie Bissonnette 

James Beard Award-winning chef and restaurateur Ken Oringer and Food & Wine’s 2011 Best New Chef: People’s Choice and 2013 James Beard Award nominee Jamie Bissonnette are co-chef/owners of Coppa, an intimate enoteca that has quickly become a popular South End destination in Boston, serving up Italian small plates, house-made charcuterie, wood-oven pizzas & handmade pastas. From Italian, to fine French dining, to casual and colorful Mexican cuisine, Ken Oringer is chef and owner of restaurants that span the globe. Oringer’s six restaurants throughout Boston are among the city’s most popular and critically acclaimed. Jamie Bissonnette is a champion of nose-to-tail cuisine and is well-known locally and nationally for his exceptional charcuterie and passionate dedication to supporting local, sustainable purveyors. Toro is the two’s Barcelona-style tapas restaurant located in Boston’s South End and now with a new location on Manhattan’s west side serving traditional and modern Spanish-style small plates made with locally sourced and sustainable ingredients. We can’t wait to host these two in Miami to celebrate Catalan cuisine in all its forms for the first time at Harry’s.

2013 Season

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, November 12: City Grocery Pizzeria with Chef John Currence 

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!Tuesday, October 1: Ford’s Filling Station Pizzeria with Chef Ben Ford  

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, August 27: Zahav Pizzeria with Chef Michael Solomonov

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, July 16: SPQR Pizzeria with Chef Matthew Accarrino

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, June 18: Osteria Pizzeria  

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, April 23: Quality Clam Pizzeria with Chef Joey Campanaro 

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, March 12: Telepan Pizzeria with Chef Bill Telepan  

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Wednesday, February 20: Spotted Pig Pizzeria with Chef April Bloomfield  

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, January 15: Publican Quality Meats Pizzeria with Chef Paul Kahan 

2011-12 Season 

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Monday, November 5: Hot Chocolate Pizzeria

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!Monday, October 22: Locanda Verde Pizzeria

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Wednesday, September 12: Empire State South Pizzeria 

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Wednesday, August 15: Hot & Hot Fish Pizzeria 

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE] Tuesday, July 17: Riesling Pizzeria

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE & HERE] Sunday, June 17: Animal Pizzeria

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Tuesday, May 22: Sbraga Pizzeria

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Wednesday, April 4: Greenhouse Pizzeria

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Wednesday, February 22: Vetri Pizzeria

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Wednesday, February 1: Barbuto Pizzeria

[EVENT PHOTOS HERE!] Sunday, November 20, 2011: Prune Pizzeria