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Just minutes from downtown Louisville, Harvest sources an impressive 80% or more of their ingredients within a 100-mile radius. We had the unique opportunity to sit down with Harvest’s Executive Chef, Chef Patrick Roney, and one of the co owner’s of Harvest, Ivor Chodkowski. On top of tasting some seriously savory, delicious meals, we also visited Ivor at his farm, Field Day Family Farm. Harvest’s mission is “to serve outstanding, regionally inspired, seasonal ‘farm-to-table’ cuisine.”
“Harvest was one of the first restaurants I ate at in town. I loved the philosophy, how they treat their farmers and treat the community – just everything they were doing really intrigued me.” Those were the thoughts of Patrick Roney when he first visited the esteemed restaurant on East Market Street. Roney wasn’t living in Louisville at the time but would often take vacations here due to his wife’s being from Southern Indiana. Now, years later, Roney is the executive chef of Harvest.
Roney is originally from Maryland and has worked as a chef all over the country. He was living in Florida working on private yachts when he met his now wife. During time off, she would introduce him to her hometown. “We would come back here for vacation, and I fell in love with the food scene in Louisville,” Roney recounts. “So I decided when we wanted to cash in our sea legs that we would settle down in Louisville.”
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Harvest restaurant last week was named a semifinalist for the prestigious James Beard Foundation’s “Best New Restaurant” Award. The award honors “a restaurant opened in 2011 that already displays excellence in food, beverage and service and is likely to have a significant impact on the industry in years to come.”
The Beards–known as the “Oscars of the food world”–will be presented on May 7 at the Lincoln Center in New York. See a list of all semifinalists here.
The James Beard Foundation is a New York based non-profit created in honor of Chef James Beard and dedicated to the food industry. The finalists will be announced on March 19.
january 31 – february 21, 2012
the harvest team has been preparing our own take on some traditional new orleans dishes
come help us celebrate
from bourbon street to the bourbon capital
HARVEST CELEBRATES MARDI GRAS
Release Date: Jan 24, 2012
January 23, 2012 — In honor of the awe-inspiring upcoming Mardi Gras celebration and parade hosted by New Orleans, from Tuesday, January 31st all the way to “Fat Tuesday”, February 21st , Harvest restaurant will host a veritable “carnival” of flavors with awesome dishes inspired by the tastes of Louisiana. While the tradition of feasting during Carnival may go back to the second century, Louisiana raised Executive Chef Coby Lee Ming calls on her formative years to create an innovative menu using locally sourced ingredients that gives ample reason to feast and celebrate in Louisville this month.
Dishes that bring a bit of Bourbon Street to Louisville, the Bourbon Capital, include appetizers such as Crispy Boudin Croquette with Sunny Side Egg, Mustard Glaze, and Spicy Greens, and New Orleans style BBQ prawns with French bread; Main courses like Smoked Vegetable Etouffee with Crispy Grit Cakes and Arugula Salad, or Abita Beer Braised Creole Chicken with Roasted Garlic Chive Grits, among others.
Patty Knight, one of Louisville’s few Executive Pastry Chefs, bakes up some mouth-watering rare treats, such as Mini King Cake, Bread Pudding with Whisky Sauce, and an Abita Beer Float.
Harvest Mardi Gras Menu will be a la carte, and available from Tuesday, January 31st through Tuesday, February 21st. (Regular menu items will be available as well throughout.)
Harvest is located at 624 East Market Street, and is open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday through Saturday, and weekend brunch. www.harvestlouisville.com. Reservations recommended, (502) 384-9090, or through OpenTable.com.
Media contacts: Philip Ruskin, Melissa Zhang, Ruskin International, (917) 215-9439, (212) 749-5511, Philip@ruskininternational.com, Melissa@ruskininternational.com
*menu subject to change based on availability*
We were recently mentioned in the Wall Street Journal! In an article that was looking for an angle around accessibility a little different from ours, the reporter, was very interested in food access especially for very small people. Check this out this excerpt from the article:
“At Harvest, a casual Louisville, KY., restaurant that opened in April and specializes in local and seasonal cuisine, servers offer freshly made purees of farmer’s-market vegetables for small children.
The baby food isn’t on the menu, but servers are instructed to offer it and ask parents to specify which combinations.
So far the sweet potatoes have been a hit, says farmer and restaurant co-founder Ivor Chodkowski.”
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