“the best down-home cooking”
We've got the best in down-home cooking and the most unique & eclectic Old Florida atmosphere this side of the state line. Open every day but Monday, offering hot meals, indoor plumbing, occasional live music, catering, a full bar, a great time & a gift shop full of all things Harry. The sand ridge that forms west Hobe Sound has been part of the north-south travel path for centuries. In modern times, US Highway 1 was built on the ridge. This corner marks the intersection of US-1 with the narrowest part of the intracoastal waterway in the area. Bridge Road covers the gap between island and mainland over the narrow. In the late 30s and early 40s the convergence of the two natural paths seemed a prime location for a cafe, motel and gas pumps.
We are locals to Martin County and had some errands nearby so we stopped in for breakfast.
We eat out a lot. We were met with disappointment with burnt on one side and undercooked on the other pancakes and stale, weak coffee.
The omelet was tasty, but it did not pair well with the cold home fries.
We sat by the window, which was full of dust and bugs. The ladies bathroom was disgusting. Like, so disgusting, I can't even describe it without wanting to vomit.
They did hear our complaints and comped our meals but in no way seemed concerned about our food being ill-prepared.
Not likely to return. We will stick with what we know. Surprisingly, all the locals we talked to at the gym later in the morning, referred to Harry and the Natives as one of their favorite spots.
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Harry & The Natives
- Sun: 7:00 am - 1:00 pm
- Tue - Sat: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
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