If you’ve seen me at all in the past month, I’ve raved about Harry’s to you. Â Frankly, I think it’s one of my favorite brunch spots. Â Here’s why:
1). The price: No matter what you order, Harry’s includes all you can drink Kir Royale, Blood Orange Mimosas and Peach
Bellinis. Â My entree was $15, so with tax and tip, I spent $20 – and that included the all you can drink. Â The most expensive item on the menu is $25, so you’ll never pay more than $32.
2). The food: Portions were huge! I got the BLT, and it was like getting three sandwiches. Â I even took some home.
3). The music: I swear, it was like the Stevie Wonder Pandora station was playing (which is my go-to station). Â I was rocking out at the table and apparently wasn’t the only one. Â Once before, my friend Tim’s dad danced with the waitstaff.
4). Amanda: Don’t want to give the best kept secret away, but ask to sit in Amanda’s section. Â She was an AWESOME waitress. Â You know how you often are forgotten about your refills at AYCD brunch? Amanda was attentive, always making sure our glasses were filled. Â She also didn’t rush us through brunch so we could get plenty of drinks. Â And yes, she may have even been the waitress that danced with Tim’s dad – and remembered Tim.
5). The Drinks: The Peach Bellini is fantastic. Â Hands down probably one of the most refreshing drinks I’ve Â had in awhile. Â After tasting it, I didn’t even want a sip of the other drinks. Â They weren’t bad, but this was just far superior.
Harry’s offers brunch only on Saturdays and can get packed. Â If you want to go this weekend, definitely make reservations soon!The Basics Name: Harry’s Cafe Location: One Hanover Square Who to Bring: Friends, Family Price: $$ Most entrees between $15- $20 Overall: 5 Stars. Â I love you, Harry’s.Â