A Look Inside Newly Opened Harvest Kitchen

  Last modified on November 4th, 2022

Harvest Kitchen has recently opened at 269 Columbus Avenue, between 72nd and 73rd Streets. The new restaurant has replaced The Flying Fisherman which closed recently.

Harvest Kitchen is an American-eclectic restaurant with foods from local farms, lots of organic options, and influences from many international cuisines.


The menu and kitchen are a collaboration from various local chefs and neighborhood foodies. So there is a lot of variety and contrasting styles.

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They’re offering a lot of burgers including a tuna burger, house blend, grass-fed, veggie, and an Impossible Burger. I tried their Kimchi Burger ($17) with chipotle mayo, jalapenos and cilantro. It was amazing, as were the fries. But word to the wise: this is one sloppy burger! Bibs are advised. First dates are not. Somehow I walked away with just one tiny stain on my t-shirt.

Harvest Kitchen Burger

The guac and chips ($11) are great too. They’re the same as those which were served at AG Kitchen (which occupied 269 Columbus before The Flying Fisherman).

Harvest Kitchen Guac

A few more food highlights at Harvest Kitchen: lots of dips and spreads, giant pancakes, lots of veggies, steak, tuna tartare, potstickers, charcuterie boards, homemade focaccia and handmade potato chips. They also have several bowls including a kimchi fried rice bowl, veggie bowl, and a variety of interesting salads.

Harvest Kitchen Potstickers

Kale and veggie pot-stickers with caramelized sesame seeds and dipping sauce ($11)

The drink list features a good selection of craft beers and cocktails.

They’ve designed the new Upper West Side restaurant to be very light and airy with white curtains. And they have a lounge where Fish on the Fly was located.

Harvest Kitchen Interior

Harvest Kitchen Exterior

To learn more about Harvest Kitchen, check out their website.

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