Harrison's Sports Grill, located off 57 Avenue and 16th Street "runs out" of BBQ smoked-chicken because it is divine on the tongue. In the January 6-12th issue of "The New Times," Ily Gaines referred to the lack of BBQ chicken on the menu . Upon her 2nd visit to Harrison's she cites, "Unfortunately, the day I chose to return, smoked fish was the special of the day and not BBQ, much less brisket was in sight." The BBQ and brisket is served everyday. It runs out of stock because it falls off the bone (BBQ) and it's delectable. She should come early i she wants some. She also states "barbeque done correctly, let's just say- before I get pornographic- that its hard to beat." Any food critic that uses a porn as a description needs to get an MFA in writing. I am a Miami native that dined at Harrison's when the family owned it under the name, "The Blue Grotto." Now, they have reopened the restaurant as "Harrison's Sports Grill." It's been a family run business, besides when they leased the property to Heidi Janotti, who opened Heidi's Gast Haus" from 2005-2010. This information was printed as " It was leased to someone else." Ily might want to consider doing more research and fact-checking before she goes to print. I have tasted everything on the menu and would go back again and again. Actually, I stop there after work two to three times a week. The food is not "bar" food. It's quite a scrumptius can't-find'the-words to describe how it lingers on the tongue like an Italian opera phrase good. One side of the restaurant caters to dinner-go-ers. Families. The other side caters to wine and beer drinkers and foodies. As a 39 year old Miami native woman, it is the only "pub-like" atmosphere I could go to alone and not feel like I have to paw off meat-market types just to enjoy a meal and gab with small town friends. "Trip," aka Walter B. Harrison III, actually came outside while I was on the phone to let me know my brisket was ready. What owner of a restaurant does that? I've worked in hospitality from the time I was 14 until I finished college. I know a good meal and tight run restaurant when I experience it. And Harrison's is an experience. If Ily wants to bash bland bar food, let her go a chain fill-in-the-blank house or bar for that kind of critique. Further, why would a critic bring up her friend's lack of sharing food in an article and then state, "I guess love is blind?" Is the article about her personal relationships or about critiquing restaurants? The Miami New Times should reconsider who they hire to critique food and the local restaurant scene. Kudos to Harrison's for being a real place with real food in which to dine. And if you're a Cane lover, like me, Harrison's is their biggest fan. Harrison's painted their restaurant in Hurricane colors. My pom-poms are out and cheering for Trip and Harrison's Sports Grill.