|Address:||111 E Rhine St, Elkhart Lake, WI 53020, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Tuesday:||4:30 – 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||4:30 – 9:00 PM|
|Thursday:||4:30 – 9:00 PM|
|Friday:||4:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Saturday:||4:00 – 9:00 PM|
Excellent pizza with crispy crust and great wine selection. There are only about 12 tables so there may be a wait, but they've got specialty cocktails for you to try at the bar while you wait!
Reminded us of dining in NYC. Cozy quarters filled to max because the pizza is SO GOOD! Need to be a party of 2-4, but even if you need to dine at separate tables, do it! It is such a unique crust, sausage was outstanding. If you arrive when it's full, expect a 45-60 minute wait. There is a full bar, great wine list. Plana ahead and make this happen!
I was greeted with not one but two friendly faces of welcome and had already decided to do “carry out” (they call it) and that was totally fine with them but I was invited to have a drink at the bar while waiting. Engaging and friendly conversation during the very short wait. Corn pizza was very yummy - great crust and interesting combo of corn, cheese, mushrooms and ham. Great job Team Harry’s.
We were very excited to visit this new restaurant of Harry's and it did not disappoint. Harry's Pizza e Vino restaurant's space is smaller than the space at Harry's Prohibition Bistro in Sheboygan, so getting there earlier is a good idea since they don't take reservations. While the dining area was tight due to the smaller space, it wasn't uncomfortable or felt crowded, rather it felt cozy. After being seated and ordering, we started with a bread and pesto appetizer, which was very enjoyable. The amount of pesto was very generous for the amount of bread which was lovely because then we had extra pesto for the crusts of our pizzas. As for the pizzas, they were very very good. While we had heard that the pizza was supposed to be of a different style than Prohibition Bistro, we found them to be comparable with no major notable differences. However, that does not take away how good the food was. While there were several of the same styles/toppings as Prohibition Bistro, Pizza e Vino had some unique ones. We had the "Lemon" pizza, which was a nice and light, easy eating pizza. A perfect summer pizza. We also had the "Truffle" pizza, which was a mushroom lover's delight. The mushroom flavours were very pronounced and the truffle tastes that followed were a perfect complement. While Harry's Pizza e Vino is another wonderful restaurant with outstanding food, it was comparable enough to Harry's Prohibition Bistro that there's not really a major difference between the two of them that would necessitate a need to try them both. Both still serve amazing pizzas so you'd have a great time at either one.
Such a yummy pizza! Crust was great! Atmosphere was amazing and the staff could handle so much. There were so many people in there but they maintained positive attitudes and professionalism! We were even greeted by the owner and she was lovely to speak with.