We proud ourselves to use the best possible ingredients from farmers and reputable meat and seafood purveyors.
Lovely experiences. Great to have it so close to home. Definitely on my return list
Had a ladies night and it was wonderful! The menu offers something for everyone. We can't wait to go back again and try more. Everything was so delicious and it was a nice spacious restaurant.
There were so many healthy options. I was with a group of friends whose culinary focuses range from vegetarian to omnivore and there was something delicious for everyone. Not to miss: guacamole with crackers and crudité and the off-the-charts delicious gnocchi with truffles.
First visit there, and thrilled to have another winner in the neighborhood from the same owner -- Jeremy Wladis -- as the previous AG Kitchen as well as Good Enough To Eat. Very nice ambience and a creative menu, with reasonable prices and attentive service, and Jeremy is also a genial and welcoming host! We will be back!
love the new decor and menu
enjoyed our dinner
Great food with interesting menu. Really good service. Good addition to the neighborhood. It was my first time there, but I will definitely go back.
Excellent place. We were sorry to see its predecessor (Flying Fisherman) go, this is a very nice successor
This is such a nice addition to the neighborhood! Food is healthy and tasty. Good for gluten free and other dietary restrictions. Friendly staff. Casual, homey, quirky decor.
Lovely new restaurant, excellent menu, the food was delicious. Highly recommend...great addition to neighborhood. Strongly recommend the salmon and chocolate soufflé.
Good menu. Lots of vegetarian options. Friendly service. Food was good but not outstanding. Biggest complaint is just how noisy it is- hard to hear your friends talking because the sound level is just too high. Otherwise it’s a good neighborhood place with decent prices.
lovely food! Lovely service...nice ambiance
I'd recommend it
Being a new restaurant, they are working out a few service issues, like a 35 minute wait for dessert. But we will be back.
Comfortable and casual, great menu. Would go back.
First time there and everything was perfect. I like the variety of the menu and the prices are reasonable considering the area. The wait staff was very helpful and courteous.
Great menu and drinks! Had a great time and would go again.
Creative cocktails, brick chicken was excellent along with succotash, branzino OK as well. We'll be back, but still miss Flying Fisherman.
Fine American. Cuisine with contemporary twist
Everyone goes out of their way to make you feel welcome
The menu is diverse
so there’s something for everyone
Great neighborhood place
Great new upper west side restaurant - terrific brunch. Nice atmosphere - great new place !
I WANTED to have seafood because I THOUGHT it was The Flying Fisherman i was eating at, but when i got there is was an entirely different restaurant called Harvest Kitchen? and I was given no warning when I booked my reservation with what I thought was THE FLYING FISHERMAN. Completely ridiculous! I will never attempt to eat there again, regardless!
Food was delicious, would come back for the oyster happy hour too. Service wasn’t the best. Our server didn’t come back to us when we were ready for our bill for 30 minutes. Restaurant wasn’t packed so unclear the disconnect. Went when it was flying fisherman, very excited to try the new menu with Harvest Kitchen!
Excellent service, ambience and food. The scallop dish is particularly creative and flavorful. I appreciated that the restaurant was very understanding and patient while we waited for one of our party.
Casual place, delicious food.
we had the salmon which was cooked well and taste was good with what accompanied it.
wine was good, service was great
Went for Mother's Day. Solid brunch food and cocktails. Nice, quick service.
Went for a birthday dinner and had some delicious food. The lobster bisque and the Miso Cod were excellent. Great servers who are friendly and attentive. I’ll go back for sure.
Food disappointing. Service OK, not outstanding. Noise level high.
Would love to see more than one choice of white wine during happy hour. Lobster special was ok. A bit chewy. Maybe offer lobster tail or surf and turf?
The staff was outstanding and the menu had some unique options that were delicious. Two areas for improvement: offer fat-free/skim milk, or at least 2%. Also include a non-dairy option for vegans or people who are not able to digest dairy (such as soy or almond milk). They currently only offer whole milk, half-and-half and cream, and if you do not like these options it ruins your tea/coffee. Also, they only offer one bread option for toast -- and it was very good. Some people may want a whole wheat or rye option. Both of these improvements would be very easy to implement.
Delicious food, great service, amazing bar service from Elliana, great value happy hour
Wonderful food and atmosphere as always! Great happy hour too!
Delicious crab cakes
The sea cucumber cocktail is awesome. The fresh pineapple is a huge plus. A few stumbles through dinner. We had 4 different waiters.... on a Saturday night at 8:15pm. We didn’t know who to ask for anything. The Peruvian fried shrimp and calamari was lovely in flavor, but not crisp. The scallops were under seasoned and the presentation of the accompaniments was messy. The fluke was fresh tasting but over cooked, so we didn’t get the great natural sweetness of the fish. The coconut cake was dry, heavy and lacking of coconut flavor. The frosting was sugary and remedial. We’re thinking it’s newcomers looking for their stride. We may check back in a couple months.
My friend’s birthday.
After being seated, we waited 20 minutes before getting up and asking the hostess if someone could take our order. A waiter finally showed up.
We ordered the Peruvian Fish Fry as an appetizer. For almost $17 we got two small cubes of fish, 3 calamari rings and some onions. There was no shrimp. The dish had more onions in it than seafood. We asked our waiter about the lack of shrimp as he was clearing the dish. He checked with the kitchen and then returned and told us there was shrimp in the dish; it had been sliced up but it was in there. We respectively reiterated that there was no shrimp in the dish and he again told us we were wrong. We opted to not get in an argument with our waiter and let the matter drop so that we could attempt to enjoy the remainder of our meal.
The scallop entree was over cooked. The grilled lobster was fine. The cheesy Brussels sprouts were oddly sweet.
I won’t be back to this restaurant.
There are better options for seafood with attentive and hospitable service in the neighborhood.
This place was all around mediocre.
Sadly the food here is mediocre at best and overpriced. The service is good - but we will not be back.
From the hostess who greeted us to our server, the service was caring and impeccable. We were asked at least 4 times during meal if all was ok, and our repsonse each Times was yes. The food was very good.
Maybe it’s early and the kinks haven’t been worked out yet, but our server literally had no handle on the menu. I asked for the fish sandwich blackened and she said “you mean over cooked, well done?” It took 5 minutes to explain to put the dressing on the side, it an extra side of dressing. The fish fillet on the sandwich was no larger than two silver dollars. The avocado toast is way too oily. Almost inedible. The staff was all over the place. Warm draft beer and it took 45 minutes for our main course to arrive despite 10% capacity at the restaurant at 3:30pm on a Saturday. Not sure I can give it another shot. The first impression was a lasting one.