There’s a great advantage to having a sister restaurant that is a seafood place: Harry’s Savoy Grill has a nice selection of fresh oysters. But we love the regular apps, both standards—like traditional carpaccio and crab-artichoke dip—and Harry’s own, like porkbelly and shiitakes with shredded fennel and a host of other interesting accompaniments.
The approach to wine at Harry’s Savoy Grill is serious but not stuffy. On the White section of the list, you’ll find the category A.B.C., which stands for Anything But Chardonnay. That’s the kind of fun we like a lot. So does Wine Spectator. It has
given Harry’s its Award of Excellence 20 years straight.