November 7, 2015 4:53 am
The entire idea behind the Adriatica Village development was to mimic the old world stylings of the Croatian village that inspired it. Not just the feeling, architecture, and aesthetics but also in the way of life. And there’s nothing more indicative of a European way of life than having the essentials within walking distance.
A mere 130 steps from the main entrance of St. Paul Square lobby is the perfect watering hole. Harry’s at The Harbor is exactly what you look for when you want to recreate the chemistry of Cheers, as Harry himself is easily as charming as Sam Malone. He lumbers around the restaurant and behind the bar and is never lacking a story or great one-liner.
The thing that sets Harry’s apart from most neighborhood pubs is the fact that the food is amazing. Get yourself an order of Blue’s Famous Rusty Nuts, a flavorful combination of oozing cheese, spicy jalapeno bits, hearty potato, and the kick of onion, all fried up to perfection.
If your appetite is Texas-sized and you need more of a meal, get after the Harry’s Chili-Cheese Burger. Legend has it that the burger resembles Harry as both are enormous and it takes inspiration from its home state by combining two things that Texas holds in high regard, chili and beef.
The patio is worth the wait because it is situated to give each table a perfect view of the harbor. If the weather is too warm, tell your waiter to keep the ice cold Lone Stars and signature sangrias coming to keep you from overheating.
The best thing about Harry’s is the location. Centrally located in the heart of the Stonebridge Development, you can wander the 20 miles of paved trails from anywhere in the village and be to your table in minutes. If you go overboard with the deep fried goodness or have too many beers, you can take the long way home around the harbor to burn off the extra calories.
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