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Monday, May 30, 2011

Dinner at Harry’s Main Street Grille in Westminster Maryland



Dinner at Harry’s Main Street Grille in Westminster Maryland



My family had dinner at Harry’s this evening (last Saturday, May 28, 2011.)  In addition to the delicious traditional food we have come to love and enjoy, the venerable Main Street Westminster restaurant has added some great new items on, literally, a new menu.  I had the new veggie sandwich, which was delightful.  And we got to visit with a number of friends and neighbors.

Check Harry’s out next time you anywhere near Westminster.  The servers are fun and friendly – and from the local community.  It is locally owned; and for three generations, the Sirinakis family has supported the community – especially art and cultural events. 

The prices are quite reasonable and all the money you spend at Harry’s stays in Carroll County; supports local workers, and the local community.

410-848-7080
Closed on Sunday

For more info click on the image above: Harry's Main Street Grille, 65 West Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157, 410-848-7080, Closed on Sunday


For more information, see what Westminster Patch has to say: http://westminster.patch.com/listings/harrys-main-street-grille

Founded in 1946, Harry's Main Street Grille has become a dining landmark in downtown Westminster. Now in its third generation of ownership by the Sirinakis family, Harry's offers a great selection of American cuisine including burgers, paninis, wraps and pastas. 

Their famous hot dogs are served Coney Island style with chili, mustard and onions, but definitely not sauerkraut!

Customers who absolutely must insist on having sauerkraut on their hot dogs will have to pay $85 for it in accordance with Harry's longstanding policy... More: http://westminster.patch.com/listings/harrys-main-street-grille

410-848-7080
Closed on Sunday

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