The reviews are dead on, it's very good. The portions are family style, one app and one dinner is plenty for a couple. The staff was all friendly. They take reservations a week in advance I would recommend it because it gets packed!
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Be forewarned: all entrees on the menu are sized for 2 people, and they will not serve a half portion. They call this "family dining", which is fine if everyone in your "family" likes to eat the same thing. My husband and I haven't ordered...More
We ordered a salad which arrived on a plate loaded with greens, hiding the soggy portobello mushrooms. Next dish was fluke which was overcooked and dry, spoiling the fresh local fish advertised. The view was lovely, service OK. Generally a mediocre restaurant which did not...More
The best most delicious food! It is consistantly outstanding! On my most recent visit, a group of five adults shared a salad first, then a pasta course, and finally two entres (one meat, one fish) with a vegetable. The best restaurant in Montauk for sure!
First time at Harvest while in Montauk for a few days. Dinner portions are large and meant to be shared but were very good. Drinks were on point as well. Our server was very attentive and the overall atmosphere was cozy and warm. Definitely a...More
Have been coming here for years and consistently excellent. Food, service, décor, views. Large plates to be shared. Indoor and outdoor seating. Tough getting into, but worth it.
Beautiful location and excellent food! Service is spotty but it is worth going anyway. Family style so bring friends and your appetite.
We were warned by our waitress of the size of the portions and she was not kidding! Now I understand why there were such large groups of diners and families! We were just two and overwhelmed by the amount of food. We started with a...More
Nice family-style dining on Fort Pond. It's a little noisy, especially if you're sitting next to a large table with some badly-behaved children, but the food is really good. We have had the rigatoni, the Caesar salad (which has sardines in it instead of anchovies),...More