Harvest Restaurant

21 N Pinckney St
WI 53703

Harvest Restaurant

Organic/Local FoodLocal Business


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Our evolving menu takes advantage of the great variety of local and organic ingredients raised by this region's farmers. Named by Organic Style magazine as one of the top 20 restaurants in America, and most recently named one of America's top Farm-to-Table restaurants by Gourmet Magazine. Harvest takes seriously its obligation to our customers of providing the best each season has to offer.

Located on the Capitol Square in downtown Madison, Wisconsin, Harvest is operated by Tami Lax and her incredible staff who are passionately devoted to bringing Madison a unique dining experience, and a menu enhanced by seasonal locally-grown, and organic ingredients.

Tami Lax left her position as operations director for a Wisconsin-owned retail chain to pursue cooking. She worked as L'Etoile's chef de cuisine and forager. Lax also founded the Madison chapter of Slow Food, and has served as the co-chair of the U.S. Slow Food APC Committee. Harvest was conceived in the summer of 1999, and is located at 21 North Pinckney Street (former location of Simpson's women's clothing store). Enhancements to the building commenced by gutting the interior, and adding a 30-foot extension to the back. In the Fall of 2005, Tami joined friends and fellow restaurateurs Patrick and Marcia O'Hallaron to open The Old Fashioned Tavern and Restaurant right next door to Harvest at 23 N. Pinckney. The construction of this new restaurant also allowed for expansion of Harvest and doubling it's dining capacity from 60 to 120.

Harvest starts serving dinner Monday through Thursday at 5:30 p.m., and at 5:00 on Friday and Saturday with themed dinners served one Sunday per month. We accept cash, checks, MasterCard, VISA, American Express and Discover Card. Reservations are not required, but appreciated. We do not accept reservations via e-mail.



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