Harbor Docks has been a Destin seafood restaurant tradition since 1979.
When you’re looking for fresh seafood and exceptional service, look no further than Harbor Docks.
We’ve been offering fresh food, and more importantly, fresh, local seafood, since the restaurant’s inception. Our food is made from scratch, and our seafood comes from our own wholesale market. It doesn’t get any fresher.
At Harbor Docks, we’re all about families. We’ve served generations of families from around the country our own style of simply prepared Gulf seafood and sushi, and many of our employees come from two generations of the same families.
We want you to be a part of our family, too. We’ll welcome you, make you feel comfortable, provide you with the highest quality seafood and offer you the best service in town.
Once you enter the door at Harbor Docks, you’ll become a part of Destin and a part of our family.
We’ve been here since 1979, serving great local seafood. You’re invited to join us and discover why Harbor Docks is one of Destin’s best seafood restaurants.
LOCAL COLOR, LOCAL FLAVOR
Harbor Docks has been locally sourcing food for more than forty years.
We have operated our own wholesale seafood market since 1981. It is hard to imagine what our life would be like without it. Once our seafood is harvested from the Gulf, it is unloaded at our docks, cleaned in our market, and delivered upstairs to our restaurant. It doesn’t get any simpler than that. The relationships we have built with commercial fishermen are as valuable as the camaraderie that we’ve developed with our customers.
We also utilize relationships with local produce growers when possible. We don’t do this as part of some kind of crusade. We do it out of common sense. Who in their right mind would buy tomatoes from Mexico when they are available from Quincy, Florida?
At a time when over 90% of seafood served in the United States is imported, and most often mis-labeled, we pride ourselves on selling the real deal. And no – we don’t sell Alaskan crab legs. They probably taste better in Alaska.