Harvest Café

Bar or Pub, Coffee House, Restaurant

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General Information: 40 Washington St
Hudson, MA 01749
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978-567-0948
E-mail: harvestcafe@verizon.net
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No Smoking Handicap Accessible
Hours: 8 AM-2 PM Sunday
Closed Monday - Tuesday
3 PM-11 PM Wednesday - Friday
8 AM-11 PM Saturday
Price Range:
(Dinner)
$3.00 - $18.00
Largest Group: 90
Take Out: Yes
Reservations Offered: Yes
Description:

Food: American, Breakfast/Brunch

Music: Blues, Classical, Folk, Indie, Jazz, Latin, Rock, Soft Rock

Games & Athletics: Card Games, Board Games

Cafe Coffee Bar meets wine bar. Serving fresh homemade food with a twist. Micro-roasted Coffee and espresso, Regional beers on tap. Boar's head products. Vegetarian options.

Full Service dining, comfortable lounge with bar and couches. Custom Catering, takeout, party platters and private parties available.

Live local music Thurs through Sat, 8-10pm. Open Mic on Wed 7:30-9:30pm.

Free Wireless Access

Listing Maintained by: Harvest Cafe

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1 Upcoming Harvest Café Events
8/31/2014 10:00 AM SEAN FULLERTON: Acoustic Blues, Rock 'n' Roll and Fingerstyle Guitar  

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1 Harvest Café Bar or Pub, Coffee House, Restaurant Reviews
ReviewerServiceSelectionQualityAtmosphereAverage Rating
(1=Poor, 5=Excellent)
5.00 4.00 4.00 5.00 4.50
Betty Anne Loriette
Jun 30, 2008
5 4 4 5 4.50
I was in Harvest Cafe for the first time since their move from the small bagel shop on Main St. a few weekends ago (in June). As we walked in past the relaxed and comfortable lounge area, overlooking friendly neighborhood conversations at the bar, we were drawn to the smooth jazz emanating from the dining area, where we found live entertainment in a 'pass the basket' performance and settled in between engaging fans, artful walls, and dim but impressive lighting. Our server, Rae, took excellent care of us, was attentive, knowledgeable of the menu and bar, cheerful, well-spoken, and polite. Although my husband and I were weary of the limited selection, we began the night with a colorful bento box (which John still refers to as B-wen-ee-to), described by Rae as 'exciting and fun' - we were not disappointed when it arrived. The baked haddock that Rae suggested for me, and Eggplant Lasagna she coaxed John into were excellent, although the portions seemed a little small for both the price and our appetite. The finale to our feast came with rich and filling dessert, again, courtesy of Rae. When disclosing my addiction to chocolate she laughed "don't worry, I know EXACTLY what you need." Again she surpassed all my expectations when she brought my a generously cut piece of their raspberry chocolate cake. Any chocolate lover missing out is a chocolate lover who will never be satisfied. And for those without a chocolate preference, John would suggest the cheese cake, he ate it before I had even realized Rae left it in front of him! As far as drinks go, we enjoyed many, with the drought sampler Rae brought for my indecisive husband, the Gritty's Stout he chose (from Maine, as all their droughts are local - excluding the Tetley's - Rae educated us), the delicious berry Margarita Rae suggested, the Merlot I sipped with my dinner, and two cappuccino's at the end of the night (with coco powder swirl decoration that looked almost too adorable to drink). Not to mention, we began the night with two waters which, to our delight, Rae made sure were never empty. The entertainment was excellent and engaging, the staff was friendly, (besides Rae we spoke briefly with owner, Karen, and were advised to join a mailing list by another young lady serving that evening). When we can find time in our busy lives we plan to return - as the cafe has presented itself as something of a retreat. So stop in and don't be scared with an unfamiliar menu. Keep an open mind and listen to suggestions from your server. We hope to see you there! 

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