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Harry's at the Depot - Hyannis MA


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Harry's at the Depot - Hyannis MA

phelana | | May 3, 2012 03:51 PM

Went after work for a late lunch early dinner with the girls from work. It's a small sports bar sort of place with a lot of after work locals drinking and playing Keno. We grabbed a 4 top by the window with views of Willow St. Our waitress was very friendly but we had to wave her down for water and the bill. Not a problem as the vibe is very casual and we went with the flow. The BV Pinot noir was a decent pour at 8.00. My friend liked her Hobo Shiraz at 7.50. My other friend had water. She chose the portobello burger and fries. Two of us had the fish tacos. They were pretty basic with commercial salsa, unripe avocado, standard flour tortilla and a moderate portion of fried white fish. There was shredded un melted mozzarella I scraped off. I skipped the sour cream. The tacos were 12.99, but there were three. I am a fish taco fanatic and would give these a 4 on a scale of 1-10, 10 being outrageous. Guapos tacos rate an easy 8.5. Sort of a bummer as I wanted to love this place. If I ate meat it would be a fun spot for a burger but I don't and there was nothing else on the menu that beckoned me to go back. The music bar is not opened at this time. I had a great time with friends and pretty ok food but nothing to run back for....I miss the old grungy Harry's very much. The total bill for two wines, one sandwich and two entrees was 50 plus tip.