Specializing in fine wines, champagne, scotch and cigars, this distinguished Westport venue attracts a swank crowd. Harry's doesn't open until 3 p.m., but by the time 5 o'clock rolls around, an assortment of wingtip types and urban professionals can be found relaxing at the bar. Not that Harry's is superexclusive; even the proletariat can be found enjoying half-price bottles of wine and appetizers at happy hour. The pressed-tin ceilings, tiled floors and look of worn sophistication lend a Manhattan feel to the place, and the outdoor brick patio is fantastic during warm months.
The building that houses this noisy, tile-floored saloon is — like Kellys across the street — a relic of Westports wild cowboy past. Theres a menu of good bistro fare, including hazelnut-encrusted goat cheese. The kitchen stays open late, so no one has to leave Harrys hungry, even after midnight — Charles Ferruzza
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash
Reservations: Not Accepted