HARRISON, N.Y. -- There are good reasons neighborhood joints like Gus’s in Harrison stick around forever, says Stacy Geisinger, author of the lifestyle blog, stacyknows.com,
And that’s simple food, prepared well, and plenty of it -- especially the homemade coleslaw and Gorgonzola salad -- wrote Geisinger, a community adviser for the Daily Voice, in a recent column.
Geisinger called Gus’s -- which has been open since the 1930s and which is run by the original Gus’s grandson, Ernie Kneuer -- a “classic” Northeastern seafood restaurant. She advised readers to go for the fish, but to also consider its American and German dishes.
No reservations are taken, she said, and the place is busy so patrons can expect a bit of a wait.
Gus’s is at 126 Halstead Ave., Harrison.
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