Calling on a Saturday evening in June gave us a later reservation for 7:45pm and when we got there the restaurant was still full. A family with small children were on one side of us with kids enjoying a homemade mac&cheese, on the other side of us a trio of pretty young adults enjoying cocktails with dinner, behind us a huge group of "snowbirds" that never left for the summer who were talking and laughing and us, a happy couple enjoying some alone time away from our kids.
The meal lasted two and half hours and while I had four courses I walked out content but not groaning. I felt like I had eaten well and felt great!
We started with a cheese tart with figs and it was divine! A roasted tomato and pepper soup was heavenly and while we asked to share a bowl they brought out two which could have been dinner! My husband had pork that had cooked long in a reduction of something yummy with tortillas and beans. I had small filet also in a reduction with potatoes and farm fresh veggies. We ended with a home made creme brulee and sat enjoying each bite as the restaruant was now only half full.
Almost everything at Harvest is local, fresh and perfect. The service was fantastic, focused and kind. We had everything we needed and wanted. It was a great night out and it will be hard to choose if we take another couple, our kids or keep this just for us!
Tucson Weekly |
3280 E. Hemisphere Loop, Suite 180, Tucson AZ 85706 |
(520) 294-1200 |
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