Harry’s Road­house

Pasatiempo - - Restaurant Review -

96 Old Las Ve­gas High­way, 989-4629 Break­fast 7-11 a.m. Mon­days-Fri­days, 7 a.m.-noon Satur­days, 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Sun­days; lunch 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon­days-Fri­days, noon-5 p.m. Satur­days, 1-5 p.m. Sun­days;

din­ner 5-9:30 p.m. daily

Full bar Veg­e­tar­ian op­tions Take­out avail­able Pa­tio din­ing in sea­son Hand­i­capped-ac­ces­si­ble Noise level: quiet to loud Credit cards, lo­cal checks

The short or­der

You won’t find many road-weary trav­el­ers at

Harry’s Road­house, de­spite its prox­im­ity to the in­ter­state. Most of the seats are oc­cu­pied by neigh­bor­hood reg­u­lars or down­town­ers will­ing to make the trek to this quirky, slightly so­phis­ti­cated ver­sion of the Amer­i­can road­house. The menu is di­verse and in­cludes sand­wiches, burg­ers, sal­ads, pas­tas, re­gional fa­vorites (en­chi­ladas, quesadillas, tostadas, green chile stew), and a few dishes de­signed

for home­sick non­na­tive Santa Feans. Break­fast and com­fort-food stan­dards are Harry’s strengths. Spe­cials, on the other hand, can miss the mark. Rec­om­mended: buck­wheat pan­cakes, huevos rancheros, buf­falo burg­ers, wild mush­room pizza

with pro­sciutto, and pork ribs.

Rat­ings range from 0 to 4 chiles. This re­flects the re­viewer’s ex­pe­ri­ence with re­gard to food and drink, at­mos­phere, ser­vice, and value.

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