Harry’s Bar has been a neighborhood favorite for over 35 years in the historic Fillmore District. Come on the weekend and enjoy brunch. For just $10, Harry’s offers a bottomless flow of bellinis, a delicious cocktail of sparkling wine and peach nectar.
Opt for the sweet potato fries. The flavor ain’t no small potatoes.
No one could blame a person for wanting to spend as much time at Harry’s as possible. Visit during the week from 3-6 pm for their amazing happy hour. $3 draft beers, $4 well cocktails, $5 house wines, and $3-6 appetizers.
The Bellini was invented between 1934 and 1948 by the founder of Harry’s Bar in Venice, Italy. The namesake of the San Francisco gem was a favorite haunt of Ernest Hemingway, Sinclair Lewis, and Orson Welles.
Harry’s prides itself on working with local purveyors in using sustainable ingredients. They are absolutely serious about providing the finest quality service and food for their guests. Walking into Harry’s Bar at 11 am for brunch may come as a surprise for patrons who are used to enjoying this timeless venue late-night. However, Harry’s doesn’t just make a great burger. Their old school, cozy atmosphere is just as easily enjoyed in the daylight hours.
The decor of dark mahogany wood, refined leather, and antique brass make Harry’s the perfect place to enjoy all you can drink bellinis and breakfast. Though, be warned, all good things must come to an end. There is a one and a half hour time limit for those partaking in the endless convivialities. For sports fans, there are tons of TVs showing the games.