There’s something fresh happening in Farmingdale, and it’s the appropriately named Harvest. This farm-to-table restaurant focuses on preparing wholesome food from local farmers and bakers, while offering gluten-free and healthy meals. If you appreciate seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients, you’ll love this New American eatery—a true hidden gem. Before you visit, here are three things you need to know.
1. It’s all local, all the time.
If you’re looking for the freshest, best quality ingredients, then look no further. The menu changes frequently (it’s even dated) and a chalkboard featuring sourcing locations hangs on the wall of the intimate dining room. Quality and seasonality inspire the menu offerings.
2. The ambiance is low key and intimate.
The decor is minimal and the wooden paneling that line the walls make you feel as if you’re in a farmhouse. The space is comfortable, warm, and quaint.
3. You should make a reservation.
I repeat, make a reservation—especially if you are going for dinner or brunch on the weekend. The restaurant has become very popular and only has about 10 to 12 tables (give or take). However, in the spring and summer months, al fresco dining is available!
83 Main Street
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