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Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar
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Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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200 S 40th St Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States
200 South 40th StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19104
$$Bar & GrillToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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An airy, modern eatery offering seasonal, locally sourced New American fare, craft cocktails & wine.- Google
"We started off with the edamame three-ways (sweet, spicy, and salty."
"First, a couple words about Harvest."
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Gary Mamrol
a month ago
Ate here Saturday and had probably the worse meal ever and I eat out several times a month. I have never posted a restaurant review of any kind to put this perspective. Service was very poor with a lot of attitude. Food was poor – at the end of the meal between the 2 of us the only dish we considered good was a side salad. Extremely loud for an early dinner (5 PM) with a 200 member party upstairs with a DJ associated with a fraternity (this is per the manager) where the upstairs is an open balcony to the dining space below. I will admit the manager offered to have us return as his guest to show our experience was not typical. I politely declined – why waste a meal out at a place that misses on service, food, and environment.
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Daniel McAloon
4 months ago
I thought City Tap was overpriced! This place has a great atmosphere and decent food, but $22 for 5oz of swordfish and four fingerling potatoes is practically criminal. There are better places with realistic portion sizes within walking distance.
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Giovanni Manzur
12 months ago
French roast is dry, the "fresh fruit" looked like what you get at a Holiday Inn buffet. It was two old looking pieces of honey dew and cantaloupe. Steer clear. Go to Sabrina's.
Kasey Grosvenor
4 months ago
Tifphane Riley
5 months ago
I absolutely loved this place! From the food to the décor to the staff I felt so taken care of. I recently had a Engagement Soiree there on September 13,2014 to surprise and , propose to my fiancee'. Manager Britney Harter was such a big help to me. In a matter of 2 days she helped me , create a appetizer menu that was not only affordable for me but enjoyable for my 23 guest and I . My guest and I used the 2nd floor wine room and, were able to get the area outside of the room blocked off just for us; so that added an extra air of uniqueness. My event was held during the restaurants Happy Hour time ( after 9pm) so there was a DJ, which was really great in setting the mood. I really appreciated the attention the restaurant lended in, making sure my proposal was memorable. The drinks were great ( I recommend the Zen Sangria) and the food was good as well; my guest loved the Asian BBQ Chicken Skewers and the Pesto Caprese Flatbread. Most of all my Fiancee' loved the entire night and had a great time. We will definitely be back soon!
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Minh Chau
a year ago
I had already eaten dinner by the time we met up at Harvest, so this review will be heavily focused on the dessert section. First, a couple words about Harvest. The menu is seasonal, and most ingredients are locally sourced. They even list the farms from which the ingredients come from on the top of the menu. Fresh, local, seasonal ingredients. We started off with the edamame three-ways (sweet, spicy, and salty). This was an okay dish - the concept sounded better than the execution tasted. The salty was just salt, the sweet was just honey, and the spicy was...I'm not even sure. It's a nice dish to make at home, but not necessarily one to pay for at a restaurant. Next up, the sugar rush. There are 8 desserts on the menu, each only $3. Granted, the portions are small, but I think they're the perfect size to share between two. From my favorite to my least favorite: Coconut cream - it is what its name says it is, topped with shavings of coconut that perfectly balances out the sweetness of the cream. Peanut butter & jelly crunch - the first bite was delicious, the second bite was a bit too sweet, the third bite called for coffee to balance it out Chocolate & salted caramel mouse cake- deep, rich chocolate, what else is there to say? Pumpkin pie - I was really looking forward to this one. I like pumpkin pie and this looked delicious, but the flavor was a little bit disappointing. There just wasn't the spice I expected. Banana cream - blah I was first introduced to Starbucks chai a couple months ago, and ever since, it has replaced my daily dose of coffee. So, I had to try the pumpkin chai latte martini. This needed a lighter touch on the vanilla Stoli, the flavor of which overpowered the pumpkin chai. Overall, Harvest has a decent dessert menu for cheap if your sweet tooth is calling.
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Tomekia Terry
a year ago
I love this place. But I am usually hungry a few hours later.
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Sara Reese
7 months ago