Announcing Harry’s Beer Brunch Sundays: Drink & Eat Like a Local with Whisk Gourmet’s Chef Brendan Connor


When we heard about Brown Distributing Company’s Drink Like a Local movement to support Florida breweries, we immediately jumped onboard by serving more local beers on tap and in the bottle at Harry’s Pizzeria. Now our menu gets to play, too.

Beginning September 16, we get super serious one Sunday a month about drinking and eating like a local.  And by super serious we of course mean our first brunch service!  Michael is inviting local chefs who also support Florida’s craft breweries at their own restaurants to come over to Harry’s and cook brunch in our kitchen.  You’ll find their dishes integrated into our menu in a special section all their own, along with their favorite beers on tap and in the bottle. Some menu items will come with beer, too.  This is not a ticketed event, just some good ole a-la-carte fun on a Sunday with good friends, good food, and good beer.  And more eggs!

First up, homegrown beer-loving chef Brendan Connor of Whisk Gourmet in South Miami.  He’ll be in house from 11-3:00 p.m. cooking up the following dishes with chef Manny Sulbaran and the team at Harry’s.  He’s still working on a sweet item and his list of beers, but we couldn’t wait to share these since our mouths have been watering all weekend since receiving them.  Boom.  #BeerBrunch.

Brendan’s Brunch

Chicken’ Biscuit
buttermilk fried chicken breast, bacon-fat biscuit, red eye gravy

Pickled Shrimp

Juevos Rancheros
chipotle cream, poached egg, tortilla, beans and rice

Whisk Wood Roasted Short Rib Bulls Eye Pizzette
shaved pecorino and baby arugula

Home Fried Potato Salad
baby spinach, MGFD bacon, tomatoes, pickled egg, bacon shallot vinaigrette

Florida Avocado Panna Cotta caramel sauce

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