Harry & Jean's Of Canfield

★★★★☆

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From the outside the place looks so-so, but inside is a surprisingly comfortable looking place divided into a large dining-only room with big, plush banquettes and candlelight. The other side is the piano bar with a few large tables, a full bar and a very cozy seating area filled with overstuffed leather and plush fabric couches and chairs. We ate dinner seated at a table and then moved to spend another hour seated by the piano sipping our after dinner drinks.

Reviews warned us that the service was slow and we definitely found this to be the case. From trying to get seated to finally getting our check, it was a three hour process, including the hour lounging around the bar. However, since we were prepared for this, it just turned into a nice laid-back evening.

The food was very good. Friends ordered the Lobster Bisque at the suggestion of the server and although it didn??t look anything as either had expected, they both said it was excellent. My salad with the house dressing was also quite good. On the table was a bowl of Portuguese corn bread that we shared ?? it was truly a cross between a sourdough and a sweet corn bread and was almost addicting. As usual, by the time my salad is eaten, a glass of wine has been sipped and some bread consumed, I was nearly too full for my meal when it arrived. However, I was extremely happy when my filet arrived cozied up to a pool of creamy cauliflower au gratin and a whip of Bourbon Blaze Butter. Yum! The steak was tender and juicy and the butter sauce was an excellent topping. The cauliflower had bits of bacon and scallions throughout giving it a smoky, onion-y bite with the cheese and (what can be) the blandness of the cauliflower. Excellent! The Parker Station Pinot Noir that I ordered complimented the meal nicely. Our only regret was that we didn't have room for dessert.

2
★★★★☆

From the outside the place looks so-so, but inside is a surprisingly comfortable looking place divided into a large dining-only room with big, plush banquettes and candlelight. The other side is the piano bar with a few large tables, a full bar and a very cozy seating area filled with overstuffed leather and plush fabric couches and chairs. We ate dinner seated at a table and then moved to spend another hour seated by the piano sipping our after dinner drinks.

Reviews warned us that the service was slow and we definitely found this to be the case. From trying to get seated to finally getting our check, it was a three hour process, including the hour lounging around the bar. However, since we were prepared for this, it just turned into a nice laid-back evening.

The food was very good. Friends ordered the Lobster Bisque at the suggestion of the server and although it didn??t look anything as either had expected, they both said it was excellent. My salad with the house dressing was also quite good. On the table was a bowl of Portuguese corn bread that we shared ?? it was truly a cross between a sourdough and a sweet corn bread and was almost addicting. As usual, by the time my salad is eaten, a glass of wine has been sipped and some bread consumed, I was nearly too full for my meal when it arrived. However, I was extremely happy when my filet arrived cozied up to a pool of creamy cauliflower au gratin and a whip of Bourbon Blaze Butter. Yum! The steak was tender and juicy and the butter sauce was an excellent topping. The cauliflower had bits of bacon and scallions throughout giving it a smoky, onion-y bite with the cheese and (what can be) the blandness of the cauliflower. Excellent! The Parker Station Pinot Noir that I ordered complimented the meal nicely. Our only regret was that we didn't have room for dessert.

Pros: Piano bar with Joe Augustine

Cons: Slow service

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Really good Portuguese bread and nice live jazz on the weekends. The menu is varied and good, but the service stinks. They don't take reservations, but they do allow "call aheads" to get your name on the list before you get there. It is often crowded.

4
★★★★☆

Really good Portuguese bread and nice live jazz on the weekends. The menu is varied and good, but the service stinks. They don't take reservations, but they do allow "call aheads" to get your name on the list before you get there. It is often crowded.

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