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Harry's Italian Pizza Bar (formerly Gold St.), located in the heart of the Financial District, offers fine, mid-priced, casual dining aimed at the area’s teeming office lunch and after-work crowd, as well as its growing residential and family community. Fare is available in either single or family style portions, from antipasto and baked clams to pizza, pastas and entrees, including specialties chicken parmesan and shrimp oreganato. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, Harry’s also offers late-night service at the bar (including pizza) until 4am from Thursday to Sunday. Informal groups can be accommodated in the bar area.