Harry T's is a great place for locals, visitors

Published: Thursday, June 6, 2013 at 09:58 AM.

He said the sandwich was good, and admitted he probably would have enjoyed it even more if he hadn’t polished off the Nachos Grande.

The seasoned fries had good flavor, but some were a bit overcooked and crunchy.

For dessert, my guest chose the Key lime pie and, at our server’s suggestion, I picked the strawberry shortcake without the addition of ice cream. Unfortunately, the shortcake had been cut from the new menu and was no longer available, so I went with Key lime, too.

I loved the unique presentation, and my guest spooned up every morsel. Be forewarned: This is definitely a tart version of the classic treat.

Harry T’s menu also offers burgers, soups (including its award-winning gumbo), salads, other sandwiches, specialties, other baskets, pastas and a menu just for children.

Every Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. brunch is offered with items such as a variety of omelets, pancakes, waffles, eggs Benedict and more.

Also during brunch, there’s “bottomless champagne” for a special price with food purchase. Tables on either side of us were taking advantage of that offer.

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