Fairfield County Restaurateurs Expand into New Haven with Harvest Restaurant

17 Jan

From Ecuador to Connecticut, the Siguenza brothers have certainly made a splash in Fairfield County with their popular restaurants.  Whether you’re talking about Cava in New Canaan, Scena Wine Bar & Restaurant in Darien, 55 Wine Bar & Restaurant in Fairfield, or the newly opened Harvest in Greenwich, Vicente and Kleber have a wide portion of Fairfield County covered.  And, they’re about to break ground in New Haven, too.

They’ll be opening up their second Harvest restaurant at 1104 Chapel Street (where Scoozi was) in June, 2014.  That’s right by Yale and the Shubert Theater, too, so it’s a great location.  Harvest, like their Greenwich counterpoint, will feature “farm to fork” dining, focusing on clean, crisp, and local food.  In addition, the menu will focus on New American dishes and will introduce New Haven to some of their tried and true classic Italian dishes such as their killer gnocchi.  And, keeping things fun and open, the menu will feature a nice mix of small plates and entrees so you can make your meal whatever you’d like.

As we get more information, we’ll be sure to share it with you…

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6 Responses to “Fairfield County Restaurateurs Expand into New Haven with Harvest Restaurant”

  1. restaurantnewhaven March 8, 2014 at 8:38 am #

    I feel glad to read this blog I have more information about delicious food thanks for sharing.

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  2. John January 18, 2014 at 6:22 pm #

    Cava. Honestly? Went there for a Birthday party – having heard it was a nice place. I tried the Chicken scarpariello – not a single hot pepper, it was served over mashed potatoes and sauteed spinach. The spinach had more sand than Compo Beach. Sent it all back and they offered me a free Espresso. Amateur hour.

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    • Dan and Kristien Del Ferraro January 18, 2014 at 6:27 pm #

      Well, that’s not good at all, John. We ate there once and enjoyed it. We did go a second time on a restaurant crawl and it wasn’t as good. As for Chicken Scarp, we agree. It needs hot peppers. We’re very picky with our Scarp so it’s hard for us to find one we love.

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  3. Francine January 17, 2014 at 9:47 am #

    Yes! Glad I work near there. I do love gnocchi :)

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