With his eternal
look of ennui, Truman Capote masked
a lively sense of observation that missed not the smallest
detail. In a reportage he was writing during an extended
journey along the coast of Yugoslavia, he kept recalling
the marvelous little sandwiches he'd eaten at Harry's Bar.
In the opinion of the famously observant writer, the best
moment of the entire trip arrived when he returned to
Harry's Bar...for the excellent shrimp sandwiches!