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A Wall Street institution, Harry’s at Hanover was reopened in 2006 by Harry’s son Peter as two separate entities: a traditional steakhouse and a more casual café featuring lighter fare. The steakhouse menu offers the standards you might expect—dry-aged porterhouse for two, jumbo Maine lobster and a 14-oz. Kobe beef burger. Café specialties include a shrimp and avocado club and a Kobe hot dog. Planning a special occasion? Request the intimate wine-cellar table in the steakhouse.