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A local dive bar with some big britches, Harry's Banana Farm is a fine place to stop in after a hard day of work for a shot and a beer. Don't make the mistake of just driving by and chuckling at the latest witticism on the sign on front ("More people read this sign than your stupid blog") -- stop in! Make sure you don't order anything fancy - a can of PBR or a bottle of Bud is about Harry's speed - and don't spend too much time examining the plethora of knick-knacks, trinkets and doo-dads festooning the walls, 'cause you'll look like a damn tourist. Penthouse once called this the sleaziest bar in the country (it's not even the sleaziest in Palm Beach County) and there's an, ahem, paperback lending library to boot. Do they serve food? Sure, there's fried stuff, including alligator, and if you make a habit of eating dinner at dive bars, knock yourself out.
Once called Harry's Open Door, this Lake Worth bar changed its name to sponsor a kid's ball club, which wouldn't take money from a bar. That sort of neighborliness, combined with a raunchy atmosphere that spurred Penthouse to designate it as one of America' s ten sleaziest bars (the owner has the shellacked news clipping to prove it), makes Harry's a great place to get drunk. Well, that and the 60-ounce pitcher for just $6. Since 1954, the family business (first Harry Seifert Sr.'s and now... More »
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