Wining and Dining
Harry’s launches night menu at Rosewood
Harry’s Place Cafe, which opened two and a half years ago in Rosewood’s main street, is now opening Friday and Saturday nights.
The cafe has become a popular coffee stop in the heart of the country town with locals, cyclists, day trippers and visitors.
Owner Harry Pizanias said he would initially open Friday and Saturday nights but if there was enough support he would continue in the new year and possibly even add a liquor licence and live music.
The menu includes crowd-pleasers such as the ‘Boss Delux Burger’ with beef, cheese, bacon, pineapple and a smokey barbecue sauce; beer-battered flathead; a homestyle lasagne and ‘chicken parmy’ – all served with a basket of chunky potato or sweet potato chips. There’s also a range of cold drinks, Merlo coffee and a cabinet full of sweet treats.
Harry is no new-comer to the hospitality scene – he ran cafes in London before returning to Australia and settling in Ipswich. He said Rosewood was a busier town now than when he’d first opened, with a lot more young families coming into the cafe these days and he expected the surrounding developments would continue to bring a new energy to the town.
Harry’s Place Cafe is open from 7am daily for breakfast, coffee and lunch, and will now be open Friday and Saturday evenings.
Rosewood was recently named an RV friendly town and this is also bringing more travellers into the region.