harry’s coffee shop / la jolla, ca

5 Responses

  1. Very nice post David! I haven’t been to Harry’s in about 20 years. It’s good to know it’s still around.

    As for Cafe Moto, my husband and I were just there a few weeks ago and really enjoyed their coffee and the ambiance.

    • David says:

      Thanks, CC – I appreciate it!

      Yes, Harry’s is still alive and well. I didn’t mention this in the post, but they also have Cafe Moto’s seasonal flavors, as well. Last month’s was a peppermint bark latte, if I recall correctly. I’m looking forward to going back soon to try more of their coffees.

  2. sabas says:

    Wow that benny looks incredible. I wonder how the waffle and the hollandaise sauce mixes with the waflle. Great post.

    • David says:

      Thanks, Sabas!

      I was surprised at how well the waffle went with the sauce. It really helped counteract the salty flavors quite well. Adding syrup on top of all that may be a little much, however.

      Glad you enjoyed the post!

  3. Faye says:

    I read this post awhile back but forgot to comment. I have always wanted to try Harry’s but never got around to it. Was the parking horrendous when you went? Is there usually a wait for breakfast?

    The coffee looks amazing. I think it’s funny how you’re a ‘coffee hipster’ but not a ‘cupcake hipster’ 🙂

    I prefer my coffee quite hot as well. I wonder if Harry’s can adjust the temperature of the coffee if the customer requests for it? Kinda like Starbucks – which still makes me scratch my head when I hear people request ‘and I’d like that at 120 degrees’. I’ve never had the ballz to ask for my coffee to be at such a specific temp.

    Great write up and hope to read more from you soon…

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