I stopped in Harry's on Tuam, which turns into Fairview, for a late breakfast.
The place was packed, a line for a table, so I took the empty seat at the counter. It was on the end, so I had plenty of room to pull out my camera (phone) and notepad. The very best thing about Harry's is the fresh squeezed orange juice. They have a juicer out in plane view, squeezing OJ like there's no tomorrow.
Something else I like about Harry's, they make Buckwheat pancakes. Something that is good for wheat sensitive people like me. (I still eat wheat, but the Buckwheat offers a nice break.) They have great basic breakfast and I love breakfast. The pancakes come with two eggs and two strips of bacon.
More than enough to cover breakfast and lunch, which is exactly what it did. I have never had any other meal at Harry's, perhaps I need to try lunch. They are not open for dinner.
Quote of the Day: I went to a restaurant that serves "breakfast at any time". So I ordered French Toast during the Renaissance.---Steven Wright
Harry's Restaurant & Cafe
318 Tuam Street
Houston, TX 77006