What to eat in and around Seattle today: The Harvest Vine

Aug 27 2020, 12:37 pm

What started as a tiny 16-seat specialty food store has now blossomed into a popular French- and Spanish-inspired restaurant that seats up to 74: The Harvest Vine.

Owner Carolin Messier found her love for cooking at the age of eight after baking her family a bunny-shaped cake. After a slight detour into the world of Biology, Messier returned to cooking in the kitchens of Labuznik, Le Tastevin, B&O Espresso, Cafe Flora, Fullers, and The Ruins, before heading out on her own.

Along with Executive Chef Joey Serquina, who was raised by farmers who had a stall at the Pike Place Market, The Harvest Vine has become a “Basque kitchen where collaboration meets craft, and strangers become friends.”

The Harvest Vine is currently offering both dine-in and takeout. Those looking to order ahead can view the menu online, which is filled with tasty soups, salads, potato omelettes, Iberico pork ribs, and more.

 

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Seatings become available from 5 to 8 pm from Wednesday to Sunday. The kitchen closes at 9:30 pm and the restaurant closes at 10:30 pm.

The Harvest Vine

Location: 2701 E Madison, Seattle
Phone: 206-320-9771
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