Each of the rooms in Harry's Roadhouse has its own personality. There's the formica and silver of the entryway to the kitchen, the fireplace nicho in the front of the bar with intimate two-tops, the family style dining room, and the narrow window ledges of the back hall that pour onto the rear patio. And now, the front patio that faces I-25, the road part of the roadhouse, is also enclosed. Diners hit up Harry's no matter their mood, as the restaurant is serving up three meals a day with from-scratch favorites all week. On a health kick? No problem, we applaud you for leaving that last piece of banana cream pie ($5.95) for us. The menu's standards have lots of vegetable forward dishes. Once we had a special seasonal beet Neapolitan with goat cheese and herbs that blew us away with its artistry and flavor. The transplanted writer of this review can attest to the general authenticity and goodness of both Harry's smoky St. Louis-style ribs ($15.95) and his scrapple, a homemade version of a Pennsylvania Dutch sausage with cornmeal (order it at breakfast a la cart for $3.75). Don't miss legendary bloody marys that we hear tell have come from the same recipe for nearly 20 years ($8). They're loaded with horseradish and Marie Sharp's hot sauce. But don't forget the pie.