It's best to make reservations for Harvest. It's a business casual kind of dress code. Nice ambiance with a cozy fire place in the middle of the dinning room. Spacious yet still intimate. Though they have a kids meal we only saw like 2 children the entire time we were there. I would describe this as more of a classy friends night out or a date night kind of place. They have an extensive drink menu but most drinks go for $8-$13.00. They have a specialized beer menu but they are $5.50 for a 12 ounce bottle. We started with the PEI mussels which were very good and very fresh. Save some of your bread so you can sop up that delicious broth it comes in. I ordered the Red snapper special which is the entire fish stuffed with crab, potatoes and onions for 26.99. If you're not big eaters this can feed 2 people. My wife got the duck 2 ways (25.99). It was very well cooked and loaded with the fatty but delicious duck flavor. They give you some crispy duck skin which was also very tasty. The mushroom risotto was cooked perfectly. If you need a side house salad you can get one for only $2.00 and the pickled green beans on top are very good (my wife and I split one). We had to box up some of our food as the portions were decent size but we saved room for the dessert. We got the peanut butter mousse with dark chocolate shavings; not too sweet and not too heavy. This dish is also good to share as it's 4-5 oz of dessert and just enough for 2 people after a large meal. It was $7.00. All in our date night bill cost around $80.00. They offer a military discount with ID. A few things to consider: this place is not speedy, nor should it be; it's not that kind of place. We were there 2 hours and 15 minutes from start to finish (we had reservations and sat right down when we got there) and not because we wanted to linger and talk. You can sit outside which is nice if there is good weather. There is one particular waiter who has been serving for 20 years. He's very loud and tells stories and talks a lot. If you want to be left alone to enjoy a good quiet meal with your spouse; avoid him. There were times my and wife and I couldn't even talk to each from how loud he was with his tables. All in all it was very good food and we would surely go back for another date night; don't think we would take the kids.
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