Went at 5:00 on a Sunday to avoid wait and crowds. Seated right away in a comfortable and welcoming dining room. Decor was great, but the best feature of the decor was the ability to hear my dining partners. Many spaces at local restaurants become an echo chamber and are so loud, that you are forced to lean in and almost shout. This room, while spacious is cozy and has enough texture on walls to mute sounds. (Weird comments for a review, I know, but it matters for many). The food and service were first rate. You might want to consider viewing the menu online beforehand, as it is ideally a sharing menu. Our server, Irena?, was both patient and knowledgeable and helped us figure out what and how to order based on our diverse party of four’s likes. All of the food was fresh and cooked to perfection. We started with grilled Caesar salads and a mushroom flatbread. We then shared a whole roasted chicken and broccoli. You might think roast chicken? What’s the big deal? I don’t know, but it was the most moist and flavorful chicken I’ve had - served with herbs and grilled lemons. Seriously all food is delicious! Try it you won’t be sorry.
Our New FAVORITE at the beach!
Deservedly packed, and they don't accept reservations (nor does the place need to! Every table was taken before 7PM). We sat in front of the open kitchen, and watched the magic occur! Iryna C was a phenomenal (and I mean top notch) waitress who obviously loves the place (she even eats here as a patron when not working!). She added to the farm-to-table charm and specialness of the fare by narrating for us each dish. The setting is relaxed, and every server we encountered was professional, unhurried, eager to accommodate, and smiling! When you come here you'll order multiple small dishes and/or feasts fit for many, but be ready for a culinary treat (don't come to Our Harvest if you prefer the simple bland stuff you'll get in a hundred mediocre beach eateries at the same price or more!). We enjoyed novel, beautifully prepared and presented, prosuitto flat bread, lamb and sausage meatballs, balsamic glazed salad, a chock-full seafood paella large enough for 4, topped off with apple fritters. The menu changes appropriate to the weekly provisions, so rest assured we'll be back again and again!
Amazing Refreshing Change to Fenwick Island/OC Area
Open kitchen, great atmosphere. My husband and I just had to try this when we had eaten at their "sister" facility in OC (Liquid Assets). Both are 4 star! NYC quality with an menu of extreme creativity. Flat breads are actually small pies (back home); share plates are delicious, short ribs, mission figs wrapped in procuitto, lamb meatballs. Just go! Such a nice and welcoming staff too.
Loved the food and the atmosphere for a restaurant in a strip center. Service was wonderful too. I have been to this restaurant three times and have enjoyed every meal. I love the shared rib eye steak with salad. Also enjoyed a warm Caesar salad with the short rib one evening. Enjoyed the house wine by the glass too. I look forward to seeing the fire places glowing this fall.
Get ready to try a lot of delishish plates to share! Attentive to dietary restrictions.
A lovely and large newer edition to the Fenwick Island restaurant scene, my family joined another family for dinner one evening in August. As you walk into Our Harvest, to the right is a large bar, with sports on TV and seating areas around it for guests to enjoy drinks and appetizers. There is a smaller dining area in front of the bar, but the large dining area to the left is where our party of seven enjoyed dinner. After we informed our waitress of a diner’s allergy, both the waitress and kitchen staff were very attentive to the dietary needs of one of the children with us who has a nut allergy. That led us to do a little less plate sharing that would be expected in this establishment though. The home-made bread was a great way to start our night. The warm sourdough bread was served with two choices of butter: traditional and a blueberry honey butter. The waitress suggested, for my husband and I, we order three small plates to share or two feasts. We opted for three small plates and honestly that was plenty! After the bread was gobbled up, we enjoyed their baywater blistered shishitos prepared with a sambal butter and sesame salt, the charred wagyu flank steak, and the Berkshire short ribs. The flank steak was paired with crushed avocado, sea salt, lime and was amazingly tender. I recommend you order it medium rare as we did. The pink meat paired perfectly with my glass of Pinot Noir from the bar. You may come to expect a bone-in short rib dish to be a bit on the fatty side, but the chimichurri and lime accompaniment made it so delectable I didn’t even notice! I would have liked to try a small plate with cheese, but my husband doesn’t eat dairy, so I unfortunately had to skip out trying the Hot Goat Cheese and Corn Relish and the Burrata and Tomato Salad (maybe next time!). Since there’s no separate kid’s menu, the children shared the traditional wood-fired flatbread, which was prepared with a house made tomato sauce, Italian buffalo mozzarella, (and we opted to skip the basil pesto due to the nut allergy). Overall, the size of the dining room, friendly wait staff and ambiance, and generously sized tables for large parties makes this a great dining experience for large groups.