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“There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” - George Bernard Shaw

South American Breakfast at a Greek Cafeteria

Harry’s (318 Tuam) is hands-down one of our favorite places for a leisurely breakfast on the weekends. Its unassuming exterior hides one of the best spots in town for a good, hearty breakfast that won’t cost an arm and a leg, with cheerful service to boot. It’s not the place to take the girls out to a fancy brunch and they don’t serve mimosas, which is just how we like it…[ read more...]

Midtown Moussaka

Coffee cups clatter on saucers, silverware clinks across heavy porcelain plates, bacon sizzles and pops on a nearby griddle, laughter bubbles up from table to table across Harry’s. It’s a Saturday morning, and I’m sitting in a sun-drenched room with a fat blueberry waffle staring up at me and a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice squatting happily next to it. My breakfast companion is tearing animatedly into his Greek omelet, a riot of color on its plate. The day is young, and the food is delicious…[ read more...]

Real Greek

There are two ingredients in the food world that always reek of Greek: feta cheese and spinach. Throw them together with scallions, tomatoes and eggs, and you have one delicious Greek omelette…[ read more...]

Best Thing I Ever Ate: French Fries

I’ve been exploring The Best Things I Ever Ate around town. Because they are practically a staple at any and every restaurant, this time I searched Houston’s food scene for something we all know and love: Good ‘ole American French Fries…[ read more...]

The Rest of the Best: Houston’s Top 10 French Fries

Harry’s feta-topped fries are quickly becoming a thing of legend for many reasons, not the least of which is the fact that they’re just as popular an order at breakfast as they are at lunch…[ read more...]

100 Favorite Dishes 2012: No. 45, Larissa Plate at Harry’s 2012

Harry’s Restaurant & Cafe is a Midtown institution, although you wouldn’t know it from the exterior of the restaurant, which was remodeled in 2003. Founded in 1948 by Eugene Pavlovich as a blue-collar, blue-plate joint with a daily steam table, it catered mostly to area construction workers and other working men and women…[ read more...]