Harvest restaurant is located in an upscale mall and takes pride in serving seasonal and regional and organic/healthy food. They change their menu 4 times a year and cook and serve accordingly. As I recall, they do still indicate calories, and "heart healthy" items on the menu, a leftover from the federal forays of the last president into the food and restaurant business.
I had a wonderful 'Greek' salad there made from Bibb lettuce, red onion, kalamata olives and some blue cheese and some walnuts. So it wasn't the regular Greek salad, but It tasted terrific. Next time it was a disappointment. It had dried crumbly tasteless cheese that could have been Feta, no walnuts and a sour dressing. So, things are not the same each time. Entree portions are small. My husband likes the flat bread, but the new seasonal concoction of pears and cheese was not that great. Soba noodles and grilled shrimp were outstanding. They serve desserts in shot glasses, that get carried around to the tables in a little stand/holder for guests to make their choice and everybody merrily breathes on them. Turns me off. The staff is very nice. There also is a big bar with big screen tv's like in a sports bar.
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