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We are pleased to announce that Chef Rosa Provoste, formerly Executive Chef at The Sebastian, has joined our team. We are focused on serving appealing and exciting Club and seasonal classics, all prepared and presented with the Chef's unique flair and passion. We source local products from farmers, ranchers and purveyors with whom we have cultivated long and lasting relationships. Harvest is a team driven to reach the goal of creating a positive, unpretentious and quality experience for every guest.
Edwards, CO 81632
American, Seafood, Pub
Hours of Operation:
Daily 7:00 am–11:00 am
Daily 11:00 am–5:00 pm
Bar & Dinner
Mon, Thu–Sun 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
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We are always thrilled to discuss creating a custom Harvest experience for you in the comfort of your own home. Please contact Robin Litt for pricing and to schedule. (970) 477-5341 firstname.lastname@example.org
We have ample on site parking for all of our dining guests.
Highway 6 & Miller Ranch Road
Private Party Facilities:
We have a few different areas in the restaurant and on the large patio where we can cater to private dining needs.
Private Party Contact:
Sara John: (970) 477-5341
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Harvest Ratings and Reviews
WE Went to harvest and we’re pleasantly surprised with the Sunday family dinner buffet. Great way to have a good meal when you don’t have lot of time- great salads, chicken, short ribs and pies! For 25 bucks for adults and 12 for kids- it’s a good deal on a Sunday night when we didn’t feel like cooking.
We chose Harvest based on Vail Valley Dining Guide 2017 sample menu. On arrival it was more of a golf clubhouse struggling to survive. Sample menu entrees were gone in favor of burger/fried food. We had lamb burger for $13. 00 which was 6 oz at best and dry. 2/3 of plate was fries - no alternative to fries. We will not return.
We were very disappointed. I am not the type who often provides online reviews, having done so maybe only a handful of times.
Kelly Liken is a spectacular chief and we had for years frequented her restaurant, named Restaurant Kelly Liken, when we visit Vail (where we have a vacation home). We were disappointed that Kelly closed her restaurant a couple years ago as it was our favorite in Vail. We had heard that she had opened a new restaurant, Harvest, and had been meaning to go for a while. Last Saturday was our first time.
We knew that Harvest would be less fancy than her previous restaurant, but the menu was far below what any of us expected from a world famous chief. Suffice it to say that the menu was what you would expect to see at a grill at a municipal golf course -- sandwiches, a couple salads, but a few interesting appetizers.
If you are looking for a place to get a turkey sandwich and fries with a great view, then Harvest is for you. But, do not expect anything resembling top notch food or service. For example, our waiter was a 19 year old young man who until 2 months earlier had never worked in the food service industry and apparently had not received any guidance/supervision.
Unfortunately, we will not go back to Harvest and cannot recommend it to anyone looking for a decent dinner. A good place to grab a sandwich after a round of golf -- certainly; but nothing approaching the name Kelly Liken had established for herself.
Harvest is a golf club restaurant with far better than average food. The dining room has a large patio and indoor tables overlook a beautiful golf course with great mountain views as well. The menu is not broad, but there is a good variety. Our food was well-prepared and served hot. A cioppino plate was outstanding with generous quantities of individually prepared seafood.
I ordered a ribeye, cooked med-rare. Came out brown with a slight pink center. No big deal - it happens. I reordered and the second time (almost 30 minutes later) it came out only slightly more pink in the center (around med +). I had a baby with me who was starting to melt down so I asked for the check, since I couldn't afford another 30 min wait.
To my surprise, the bill came out with the ribeye still on the bill, even though I had only had one bite. I asked the server to take it off the bill. After a couple of minutes, she returned along with a cook who had come to let me know that he was, quote "frustrated", with me because he had worked at Michelin star restaurants and in his opinion my steaks were cooked perfectly. I can only assume this poor judgement is why he is no longer at those Michelin star restaurants.
Needless to say, he was not able to convince me that my eyes, nose, and tongue were all broken. Brown steak is not med-rare. Poor overall service experience that will likely keep me from ever returning.
Service was great, and the place was nice, food was good enough, the only downside is that on open table you can make reservations till 10:30 pm. Well I work until 8pm so we made our reservation at 9. As soon as we entered they told us they only seat people till 9 ??? and we had to order as soon as we sat down cuz the kitchen was closing....well if you call yourself an upscale restaurant you should respect your working hours and not close the kitchen as soon as the night slows down. Or call people that have reservations and inform them about your changes of the night. I may visit again but ill make sure I don't have to order 3 seconds after I sit down
We loved the small plate options and ended up ordering more after the initial requests! Great views, great service and best of all was the food. The duck was to die for and the salt and vinegar chips! Our kids trusted us to order what we wanted and loved our choices, they were prepared to even try the octopus! It wasn't that busy so we hope we their revamping of the menu in the near future , that things will pick up. I also loved my snow globe cocktail 😜.
A little off the beaten path in residential area but low key atmosphere, excellent food and pleasant service made for nice dining experience for our group of skiers. Really enjoyed both the trout and octopus appetizers, and salmon was excellent. A bit of a sleeper, would definitely recommend.
The restaurant is in a private golf club; the room was very nice and comfortable but the place was absolutely empty. A waitress was being trained. Food was very tasty, relatively inexpensive by Vail Valley standards. The chef did have a heavy hand with the pepper on my two dishes, which I mentioned to the wait staff. No bread was ever offered or brought to the table. Wish it had more diners to provide more of a desirable, popular vibe. Because it in at a golf club inside a housing development a couple miles from "downtown" Edwards, there is nothing around there except the club, which supposedly has nice views in the summertime.
Too Bad Kelly Liken is no longer associated with this restaurant. Without her, I doubt it will have the destination appeal it would have otherwise. This is in a private club, and while the food was great, the prices good and the service great, I dont know if it is worth driving way back into the neighborhood for the experience. Great food though.
We are Kelly fans, but this bistro is not quite up to her name in terms of service. The food is great and we enjoyed it a lot. I am a vegetarian, and for a place called Harvest there are no vegetarian entrees and barely even a salad that is not spiked in some way. We found that very odd. Nonetheless , we enjoyed several of the small dishes after we had neutered them (and sent 2 back to be remade because they did not remove the meat). Service was slow, slow but courteous.
I think the place needs some more visible management by Kelly or Rick and maybe the place could be whipped into shape. Unfortunately we hear they are baling out - so I guess we will say goodbye too.
I was disappointed in the service as it was a little slow. Not much choice of saled or other options with the meal. The prices were a little high for what you got. However the wine was good and the ambience was cozy! Serving bread or saled with the meal would be a good idea!
Wow, there was one server for the entire dining room. She was clearly overwhelmed. I don't blame her. "A couple of people called in sick," she told us. Well, it was Valentines day. But it was clearly a mess. Food took forever and it wasn't right and partial orders were forgotten. The hostess tried to help. Was anybody in charge? I just shake my head at a clever concept poorly executed.
Went here for a special Valentine dinner and had the worst meal and service I ever had in a restaurant in the 40 years of living in the Vail Valley
Drinks- gin and tonic no lime no stir stick another drink no stir stick
Order New York steak it was like fatty pot roast, meals were cold
Food was very good however service leaves a bit to be desired. We came about twenty minutes early (the restaurant was empty) and rather than seating us the hostess asked us to wait. After 10-15 minutes we were seated. The server was very nice however as the evening progressed it became clear that the restaurant was short staffed and service began to faulter. Once the meal came service was absent. I had to ask for our bill and it took forever to have the credit card run. The server apologized and said we should come back when they were less busy.
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