Spinach Dip

Hot, creamy dip with artichoke hearts and cheese, served with pita for dipping and keeping your fingers clean...


Britney Spears

Chicken tenders that are marinated, poked with a sharp stick, and grilled. We serve them with some greens and some dippable dips for dipping, like a chipotle sauce and a basil pesto. We recommend actually eating these versus lip syncing.


Polish Church Basement Pierogies

High-density dumplings from Poland, carefully assembled by nimble immigrant hands, and slathered in butter ’n onions. Dziadzio and Baci wouldn’t steer you wrong. Eat, Najdroższa, Eat!


Harris' Hummus

With tahini and a touch of lime, served with warm pita bread triangles and some vegetables. A Harris Grill favorite!


Calamari Mata Hari

Our favorite cephalopod all dressed up in a seasoned breading and quickly flash-fried, then tossed in a sweet and spicy chile drizzle of Dutch and Indian influence.


Trailerpark Tatchos

A tribute to the creative cooks in corrugated containers comes tater tots with our famous chili, jalepeno peppers, cheddar cheese sauce, salsa and sour cream. Big enough to tip the trailer right off it's wheels. You may eat the first 6 tots with your fingers, but after that, for the love of all things holy please use a fork.


Buffalo Chicken Dip

A favorite of every Stillers party south of Penn Ave. Oven baked, gooey, and full o' spicy bird and blue cheese, served with celery sticks and pita wedges for dippin'.


Pizza in a Boat

It's all about the crust, good pizza. That's why we eliminated it. We're not Tony's Original here, we're a pub, for Pete's sake! Here's all the cheesy saucyness you can desire with some garlic toasted baguette slices for scooping. We don't deliver, and it's not self-rising.


Hush Piggies

We've fired up the infamous Bluth Cornballer with absolutely no regard to our personal safety to bring you these free range tots chock-full of bacon and sharp cheddar, served aside a lil' bucket of Srirancha Sauce for dipping


Wings at Harris Grill!

On the bone as God intended, they’re served with celery sticks and ranch or fromage bleu – also as God intended. All are spicy – particularly the Nummers — but you just have to ask if you want them hotter than hell and we’ll make ‘em burn. No splittin’ the flavors, no spittin’ on the floor, and don’t clean yourself up ’til you’re finished.

Chimichurri Flurry

A screaming bright garlic and herb take on the classic Argentinian condiment that purportedly brought Juan Perón to power.

Colombian Gum Nummers

Just Damn Hot Buffalo

Jamacian Jerk