Open now 08:00 - 21:00
$$$$ Price range per person $11-30
11910 SE Federal Hwy, Hobe Sound
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Hobe Sound, Florida, USA

Enjoy nicely cooked coconut shrimps, corned beef and hamburgers this restaurant offers. Tasty key lime pie, French toasts and banana pancakes have an appetizing taste. A selection of delicious draft beer, wine or Mimosas is recommended to guests. You will appreciate good coffee, ice tea or juice at Harry And The Natives.

Live music is played by musicians in the evening. The accommodating staff welcomes people all year round. The terrific service is a great advantage of this place. Based on the reviewers' opinions, prices are attractive. At this spot, visitors can enjoy the homey atmosphere and lovely decor. Based on the users' feedback on Google, this restaurant deserved 4.3.

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The food and appetizers were amazing. The waiters were friendly and the whole place was filled with different jokes and signs. They had a store where you can buy shirts and souvenirs. The restaurant was amazing.
Great atmosphere
The Harry of Harry and the Natives is Harry MacArthur. He grew up helping at his parents business. Originally called the Cypress Cabins and Restaurants it was built from locally harvested perky cypress and it opened in 1941, the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor. It was a combination motel, gas station, and restaurant. When his parents Jack and Pauline took over the business in 1952 they became the eighth owners of the business and it was then called The Farm. When the turnpike opened It diverted traffic away from the restaurant and Jack and Pauline turned to other jobs to make money. Harry grew up, left home, traveled the world, and became a chef. He returned home in 1989 and reopened the restaurant as Harry and the Natives. It is now known as Hobe Sounds only waterfront restaurant....when it rains. This quirky restaurant was recommended to me by someone I work with. There is a 20 foot tiki hut with bar and stage and an indoor section with gift shop as well. It oozes old Florida charm. Come with your sense of humor because the signs everywhere are going to have you cracking up. There are also a bunch of interesting statues decorating the outdoor area. Marilyn Monroe, a camel, the Statue of Liberty, and s panda all make their home here. We arrived during happy hour which gave us a discount on appetizers and beer, wine, and well drink specials. I started with a pina colada but unfortunately it was horrible. For a tropical drink it had no sweetness or fruit flavor. It tasted like cough syrup. When the waitress checked on us she replaced it with s rum and pineapple for me. After checking out the menu we decided to just order a couple of appetizers and we picked the coconut shrimp and fish dip. Both were fine. While we ate Bethany took the stage to sing and play guitar. A recent transplant from New England, she was not enjoying our Florida summer. With temperatures around the 100's Floridians aren't enjoying it much either. The terrible drink aside, I loved my visit to Harry and the Natives. It has the tropical vacation vibe I crave. To quote Harry " Shoes & shirts required. Pants a must. Girls without pants ask for Harry."
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11910 SE Federal Hwy, Hobe Sound, Florida, USA
Features
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Takeaway Parking TV Wheelchair accessible Wi-Fi
Opening hours
SundaySun 08:00-13:00
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 08:00-21:00
WednesdayWed 08:00-21:00
ThursdayThu 08:00-21:00
FridayFri 08:00-21:00
SaturdaySat 08:00-21:00
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