One of the best brunch experiences I've ever had. The food was excellent and the staff was wonderful. Best wished to Chef Kelly on her endeavors and we look forward to her show in Sundays.
We went on one of the final nights when this wonderful restaurant was open, because this place has been a part of many of our special celebrations for a few years now. It was busy -- no doubt about it, and a full house plus downpours slowed the process of getting to a table. But the staff was great, accommodating, funny, and helpful; plus the people-watching top-notch. We were seating in under 30 from the time of our reservation, had outstanding service (although there was little time to chat with the servers!), and food that made the night just the kind of farewell memory it should have been. Scrumptious, perfectly cooked. I was particularly impressed that every plate that came by our table on its way to being served was BEAUTIFUL. The kitchen was slammed, and the food was still a feast for the mouth and for the eyes. Thank you all.
Our dining experience at Harvest was very enjoyable! The food was good but a bit pricey, especially the desserts. The overall ambiance was lovely and the restaurant is beautiful inside and out! The hostess was especially accommodating towards my 81 year old mother and we really appreciated that extra attention! Thank you for a great evening!
Attended dinner on Friday of the last weekend. Arrived a bit early for our reservation, no issue. Allowed to choose what we felt was the best table.
Everything was WONDERFUL. The cheese board, our cocktails, the bass and the pumpkin ravioli were superb......very nice presentation and flavor superb.
We're sorry to see the restaurant closing, but will be on the lookout for special events.
Thank YOU Renee Kelly!
The food was really amazing. It took me about 20 minutes to decide between pork chop and the ribs. The server told me that they were closing. I'm glad that I had the chance to eat at such a quaint and inviting place before it did. The fact that it was in a castle was a bonus. You should get here to try it before the chance is gone for good.
We heard that they were closing up shop, so we wanted to make it a point to get there before that happened. Too bad they're closing, everything about the restaurant was great! We'd love to go again if they reopen at some point in the future.
If you've never been there, do yourself a favor and go before they close! Hurry!
what a wonderful place! I'm so sorry they are closing, and even sorrier I didn't find it sooner! I hope Renee opens another restaurant in the future.
Bummer it's closing. Wanted to try brunch here for a long time. The chocolate ganache with bacon did not disappoint. We took our 18-month old son and it was actually great for kids. I think they like to keep the kids upstairs away from everyone else, but it was nice not to worry about it. The atmosphere couldn't be better - the castle is beautiful.
I was expecting a lovely, elegant, cozy dinner in a historic castle setting. Upon arriving for 6:30 res, the hostess blurts out, "Do you have a reservation?", followed by, " We have you on the patio, follow me". Caught a brief glimpse of the inside and their were plenty of empty tables. That set the tone for the evening. After rattling heavy wrought iron tables/chairs on the patio, we were seated outside in the chilling air. More of the rattling followed for a group of 8 people and we couldn't even hear ourselves talk, along with the clanking of the nearby "wind chime". There are no complimentary starters, i.e. bread etc, as far as I could tell. Husband started off with an ordered of the Smoke Fish Croquettes w/duck fat aioli, they didn't hold together well, but were good. He ordered a glass of wine and we also placed our entrees at the same time. I had the house-made pumpkin ravioli in sage cream sauce topped w/prosciutto. I don't recall seeing or tasting the prosciutto. Picture will show there were 5 large raviolis displayed on half of the plate. Husband ordered the Bass with black rice. Nice presentation, filled the plate! He was over 1/2 way done with it before his glass of wine arrived, as noted in the before & after pictures. I purposely passed on an 2nd app, cocktail/wine and dessert. Service through out the evening was hit and miss. Food overall was average. As we left the patio through the restaurant, we again noted plenty of available tables inside and I got another small glimpse into what could have been a lovely, elegant, cozy dinner in a historic castle setting. Unable to upload photos, you can see them on my Google review if interested.
Wait staff was very slow. Not very attentive. Not kid friendly at all. Should have been told that refills iced tea and regular drinks like that are NOT free. Food was pretty good but very expensive. I wouldn't go back so I guess it's a good thing this place is closing.