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This is by far the best lunch spot in downtown..... right off the square and mostly farm to table and local food. Prices are also range from $8-$30 so you can enjoy lunch for two and spend less than $25 for two.
We had 13 people in our party. They sat us at two separate tables due to social distancing and we all had the same waiter. He was awesome. We ordered appetizers, salads and main courses. All came out quickly, hot or cold as needed and...delicious. I have been to this restaurant before but never as a large party. Harvest staff provides great service either way.More
Had the pleasure of dining here for first time. The experience was phenomenal. The food choices are very diversified and very good. Our server (James) was very knowledgeable about menu and very attentive. He is also excited about what the restaurant represents - well prepared...healthy food. He is passionate about it’s community input.More
I thought this was a tiny little place but when we went in it was actually very large! The food was DELICOUS and different. I love the ambiance and it is a wonderful place to brunch. The Deviled eggs were superb and I had the...turkey sandwich, just unique enough to make it delicious while staying true to a turkey sandwich. Can't wait to go back and try other things!More
This was our second trip here during the past year as it is halfway between Sherman and Richardson. Our server was excellent. She made sure that we were well served, but she did not rush us. We had not seen each other as we live...in S FL so we were catching up.The pimento cheese dip and fresh chips were excellent for 4 people with drinks. Two of us had the pork enchiladas. I found the pork to be heavy on the salt and the homemade wraps thick, But I loved the green sauce over the enchiladas which had a fruity taste which was a good contrast with the pork. Two of us had the chicken fried steak which was excellent on top of creamy mashed potatoes and Swiss chard. We all took home some of our meals for later as the servings were large. For dessert we had apple Betty with ice cream which was very good. I had forgotten that being an American restaurant that they only served American wine. I usually drink Pinot Grio from Italy only or white wine from New Zealand, but I liked the white wine from Washington state.More
Delicious food. However, the service was lacking. Waited over ten minutes for a server to approach our table. Received our salads before our cocktails. Excellent entrees, but the restaurant is very noisy and hard to hear others talking at your table.
Date of visit: February 2020
772debim, Marketing at Harvest, responded to this reviewResponded February 3, 2020
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Exposed old brick walls set the scene for this well decorated place. ALL staff was friendly and helpful. Power went off just before we finished our wonderful meal. Our waiter Hunter and manager Jennifer came by several times to update status (power was off for...entire square).
Well known for their deviled eggs appetizer - not a deviled egg fan, but candied pecans can make anything taste great. The catfish was excellent.
Great atmosphere. Great food.More