After a weekend of soft openings, the new Harry’s Pizzeria in Coconut Grove is set to make its public debut at 2996 McFarlane Rd. at lunchtime Wednesday, Oct. 7.
The Michael Schwartz restaurant will be open daily for lunch and dinner, with late-night hours Thursday through Saturday (until 2 a.m.); no reservations.
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The Coconut Grove menu is similar to the original Harry’s Pizzeria (3918 N. Miami Ave.) in Miami’s Design District, with snacks like polenta fries, salads like warm brussels with Italian cheese, wood-oven pizzas, entrees and desserts. Each location will feature its own daily soup and pizza, plus rotating selections of craft beer, wine and housemade sodas.
“We are so excited to get to know our new neighborhood, and we know it’s our No. 1 job to make everyone feel at home at Harry’s,” Schwartz says in a statement. “This second restaurant is going to be a great new adventure, but this is 100 percent not about reinventing the wheel. We are so lucky to welcome familiar faces from the original that now have a Harry’s in their community to call home.”
The new Harry’s seats about 55 people inside and 16 outside on a (dog-friendly) patio. At peak hours, three pizza cooks will work a 31-square-foot hearth to keep up with dine-in and take-out orders.