No matter which Harry’s location you go to, the Neapolitan pizza is consistently great. But the one in the Grove is both casual and still nice enough for a date, weekend dinner, or any random night when you can’t remember the last time you had pizza. The crust is big and bubbly and the dough is soft, but it’s still a foldable slice you can eat with your hands. Toppings range from your typical margherita to rock shrimp or the excellent bacon and potato pie. There are snacks and a small entree selection too, but stick to the pizza and maybe a warm chocolate cookie if you’re still hungry.
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