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Harry's Country Club opened to a packed house October 25, 2003. A hip but reverent take on a 1940s honky-tonk roadhouse, Harry's is not kitschy or imitative but an homage that adores rather than mocks the past.Dubbed "the Crown Jewel of the River Market " by the Kansas City Star, Harry's claims a loyal business lunch crowd and dinner regulars. Guests enjoy the pan fried catfish, beer battered...
This is no honky-tonk dive with sawdust on the floor. Harry's kind of country is classic--Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard on the jukebox, and a few regulars sipping whiskey at the end of the long mahogany bar. The walls may be festooned with mug shots of the Man in Black and Dale Watson, but the customers are eclectic: Young urbanites and the over-40 crowd make their home here
This is no honky-tonk dive with sawdust on the floor. Harry's kind of country is classic--Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard on the
This is no honky-tonk dive with sawdust on the floor. Harry's kind of country is classic--Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard on the jukebox, and a few regulars sipping whiskey at the...
Great place to stop for a drink or 2 and some good food. Extensive beer and drink menu, great sandwiches and apps.
I like this place. The food is good, and they have a pretty good variety on the menu. Try the cornbread, it is good!
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~The Crown Jewel of the River Market~
Go early for dinner. Once dusk falls, the bar crowd seems to take over.
The waitstaff also does the seating; it often takes a few moments to get a table.
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