Ok - I love Harry’s - but they have to get rid of their concept of bbq. We went on a Monday night - it wasn’t busy at all. My wife’s dinner (Sheppard’s pie) came several minutes before my brisket. The corn bread was soggy...More
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Visited diner/restaurant on a cold, mid-week, January evening, with a craving seafood. Ordered the fried seafood dinner and was not disappointed. The fish, clams and scollops were prepared as expected and were outstanding. The coleslaw was just average. The staff was professional, friendly and attentive....More
Thank You to all of the great folks at Harry’s. The food - The service - The chicken supreme - The Homemade cornedbeef hash- The Pot Roast -The Pie !!!! What’s better than excellent food served by welcoming servers in a friendly environment.
I’ve long lived in central Massachusetts and have passed by Harry’s Restaurant on many occasions, typically on my way to some further destination. But today, a Friday, I had an appointment in the area, and since it was a bit after noon, we decided to...More
Have to stop here once in a while for the simple chow that's really good... a blast from the past... mainly when a craving for matzo ball soup hits me... not many places around for that. While the atmosphere is part of the experience... I'd...More
Really good dinner,i ate the best homemade meatloaf of my life and the mashed potato was fantastic but also the breakfast is really nice because there's a lot of choices.
We were driving down Route 9 looking for a restaurant and saw this place. The sign indicated that they had baked haddock, which we both like. So, we stopped. We were so glad. The place was nearly full at 3 PM. The waitress quickly arrived...More
Excellent old time diner atmosphere, excellent food, especially the open face burger, served with chili! I won't have to eat for a week! And don't get me started on the home made pies!!!