After a long busy day, I returned to hotel to relax and veg out on the couch watching television. When dinner time rolled around, I still didn’t have the inclination to go out to out into the hot night, so I decided to pick some place close by. I chose the Harbor Pub & Pizza, that was just a block away. It’s on the corner of Hobron Lane and Holomoana Street, across from the marina.
It’s a neighborhood pub, just below the Chart House Restaurant, and across from the marina. This appears to be where the boating crowd like to kick back for drinks and pub-fare.
I felt like being alone at the time, so I decided to get take out. I order the “Harbor Combo” pizza.
This is a hand stretched pizza, with tomato sauce, ham, salami, pepperoni, italian sausage, pepper, mushrooms, olives, and onions, topped with mozzarella cheese.
It’s not “authentic italian” style pizza, by any stretch (too heavy on the toppings for that). It’s north american pizza. And it’s pretty good. The crust had some decent flavor and enough strength to hold up the toppings (which does count for something, because the toppings were fairly heavy). Nothing slid off the crust while I was eating.
The sauce is a little on the spicy side. It had a healthy dose of herbs, although the herby flavor may have been coming from the italian sausage as well.
The interior of the pub is a little dark, crowded, and boisterous.
The servers were very friendly and accommodating.