June 27, 2018
- Last Days for Crab Features!
- Day Boat Scallops Arrive 7/3
- Celebrate Chardonnay This July
Last Days for Crab Features!
The official last day for Harrison’s Soft-Shell and Lump Crab features is Saturday, June 30. Don’t miss out on these delightful summer seafood dishes!
This June, we had the pleasure of introducing many of our customers to soft-shell crabs for the first time…. And they loved them! For those of you who prefer crab without the shell (however soft it may be), we have Crab Crepes Mornay, along with Crab & Corn Fritters and Crab Melts as starters, to enjoy during these last days of June.
We hope you’ll join us! Soft-Shell and Lump Crab features are available daily after 4:30pm through June 30.
Day Boat Scallops Arrive 7/3
Didn’t get the chance to try our June seafood features? Have no fear: our summer seafood celebration continues in July with Day Boat Scallops, one of our most popular feature menus.
Huge, tender sea scallops get the spotlight on this July’s feature menu. Try them five different ways, from rich & buttery, to grilled & topped with fresh salsa verde, and everything in between. Pair one of our featured Chardonnays (see below) with any of these dishes, and it makes the perfect meal!
Our Day Boat Scallops features begin at 5pm on Tuesday, July 3 and will be available daily after 4:30pm or by advance special request until the end of July. Check out this year’s menu to get your mouth watering, and plan to celebrate summer seafood with us this July!
Celebrate Chardonnay This July
This July, we celebrate the versatility of the Chardonnay grape with our wine features, which take you on a world tour of Chardonnay wines, highlighting the beautiful and diverse potential of this single grape varietal. These wines also happen to go perfectly with our Day Boat Scallops features!
Chardonnay is not only the most well-known white grape variety in the world, it is also one of the most versatile. The taste of a 100% Chardonnay wine can vary widely, and it largely depends on the terroir in which it is grown as well as the vinification process used by the wine maker.
From oaky and buttery, to crisp and minerally, to fruity and fresh, Chardonnay can wear many different hats. If you think you don’t like Chardonnay, you may just not have found the right one for you!
Enjoy the below Chardonnay features by the glass, bottle, or as a wine flight that allows you to sip, savor, compare, and find your favorite!
Tacora Reserva Chardonnay
Colchagua Valley, Chile
Aromas of melon, peach, apple and ripe citrus fruits. Excellent acidity with a harmonious balance between ripe fruit and minerality. This Chardonnay encounters no oak through its fermentation process, bringing the fruit and mineral characters to the forefront.
Bouchard Aîné & Fils Chardonnay
Pays d’Oc, France
Notes of citrus fruits, honey and toasted bread on the nose, with a rich and fresh fruit-full palate and a beautiful, persistent finish. Fermented in oak barrels for a short time, followed by ageing in stainless steel tanks.
R Collection Chardonnay
Fresh, floral nose with bright citrus notes balanced with a touch of vanilla. Crisp mouthfeel, balanced acidity and smooth finish. Primarily fermented in stainless steel tanks, with only a small portion fermented in oak barrels.
Oyster Bay Chardonnay
Marlborough, New Zealand
Concentrated aromas of ripe citrus and stone fruit, balanced with subtle oak, and a creamy finish. Fermentation process takes place partly in French oak barrels, partly in stainless steel tanks.
If we’ve piqued your interest, read more about the versatility and diverse treatments of the Chardonnay grape here!