Harvest Wine Bar

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The Harvest Wine Bar serves full lunch and dinner menus, four days a week (Tuesday through Friday; we’ll reopen for lunch on Saturdays starting June 1.) For lunch, we offer fresh salads, homemade soups, and both hot Panini and cold sandwiches served on Grand Central Bakery bread. The Harvest Wine Bar is located in a small business plaza near a residential area, which explains the regulars there. The clientele ranges from millennials to baby boomers. For $20, you can sample five different wines, varying from week to week-Italian, Oregon Pinot, or South American vintages. Hubs and I decided to order a few things to share.

  1. Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar features a local, farm to table menu with many items that are below 500 calories in an upscale casual atmosphere.
  2. The Harvest Wine Bar, Lake Oswego, Oregon. 1,107 likes 1 talking about this 1,133 were here. We offer creative menus with an artistic presentation. Our focus is Pacific NW cuisine with flavors.
  3. Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar features a local, farm to table menu with many items that are below 500 calories in an upscale casual atmosphere. Every three months, we update our menu to celebrate the new flavors that accompany the change in seasons.

The Harvest Wine Bar serves full lunch and dinner menus, four days a week (Tuesday through Friday; we’ll reopen for lunch on Saturdays starting June 1.)

Harvest Wine Bar And Restaurant

For lunch, we offer fresh salads, homemade soups, and both hot Panini and cold sandwiches served on Grand Central Bakery bread.

Dinner starts with tantalizing appetizers and innovative salads, and moves on to our signature main dishes (and seasonal specials) that represent our style of elegantly-presented comfort food— the perfect match for our international wine selection!

(Click on any image to start the slideshow; clicking on the “i” under each photo will give you the name and description of each dish.)

Harvest Wine Bar Pa

Here in the Pacific Northwest, it can be challenging to pinpoint just when spring ends and summer begins: April weather was generally unpredictable, May seems to be starting very pleasantly, but by June, we could see anything from chilly and overcast to 100 degrees. At The Harvest, we’re prepared for it all! Our ever-evolving menu will adapt, whether you’re in the mood for a Mediterranean-inspired salad or a comforting bowl of soup— and you can also count on us to guide you to just the right choice of wine. Speaking of which, if you’d like to learn more about our newest vintages, join us for our weekly wine tastings. Held every Wednesday and Thursday, they’re much more predictable than our weather.

Harvest seasonal grill and wine bar

Harvest Wine Bar Owner

Coming soon: We’ll be opening our terrace for al fresco dining— watch for our announcement here!