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"Amazing" pizzas "star" on the menu of "standard Italian favorites" at these "welcoming" fallbacks from the Harry's Cafe folks; "ample portions" and "reasonable pricing" cement their "go-to" status for "less-than-formal lunches" at the FiDi locations or eats on the move from the "busy" takeout-only Rock Center outlet.
It's best to visit Harry's in a large group as portions are, for the most part, meant for sharing. Pizza stands on every table and huge platters of antipasti are de rigueur. The wine list is approachable and affordable, full of easy reds to go with the pies you'll soon be ordering. Start with an antipasto and the house salad. You can order a pie half white and half red to please both sauce and...
Great old school red sauce joint in the Wall Street area downtown that has great brick oven pizzas and terrific pricing at lunch.
Been to Harry's Cafe and Steakhouse in Manhattan several times so thought we;d try his famous Italian as we fancied a good pizza. We weren't disappointed - huge square base halved with different toppings. One of the best I've eaten and certainly the largest. Wine choice much smaller than the steakhouse and sensibly priced. Highly recommended.
This Financial District Italian joint is aimed more for families of visiting tourists than area bankers. Dishes come in single and family-sized portions, big plates full of Italian-American classics like fettucini alfredo, linguine with mussels, chicken with lemon and butter, veal Marsala and spaghetti with meatballs. Old-school square and round pizzas with your choice of topping are also on...
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