Looks like a relaxing place for a cold one and some crab. Looks respectable-no dancing girls at Harrys!
I understand why it's so popular: it is a very nice place in the right location. I would be at one of the outdoor tables...
Harry's looks like a pleasant place to go. I like the old street lamp in front. It reminds me of the lights on the street where I grew up in Southern California. It appears that Harry's has been there for awhile, unless they purposely made it old-fashioned looking. The wiring looks vintage, and the plaque on the side may be a historic marker, maybe?
Ah, super photo. This is so American, I love it.The blue skies didn't last btw, but I've taken enough photos yesterday to last for what seems forever so I'm going to stick to blue skies!
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Nice brick house. Is it real or fake? Great shot, I bet they serve great seafood.Buenos Aires Photo
@ Ciel - Sorry about the blue skies...we did see a speck of sun this morning, but it's clouding over again now. Not to worry, though, as your blue skies shall return. And in many cases you get better light for pictures when it is cloudy...
So nice:) I like such brick buildings:)
I love those columns and the tall windows! I like the interesting color combination too. Brick with pale yellow and dark gray is not something I'd think of putting together, but it works!
I bet the place serves divine meals!Léia
@ Lee: re your last statement. Some people might think that's the problem with Harry's!
Ocala, Florida is such a beautiful, relaxing place. Enjoying your tour of Florida. Here's Jacobsville for Jacob.http://nopham.blogspot.com/2008/12/sunset_1896.html
I'd be sitting next to the poet.
Another stunning shot.
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