Sixth Harvest Location Opens in Radnor

The farm-to-table gem will host its ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening next week.

All photos courtesy of Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar.

The newest outpost of local favorite Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar is now open in Radnor. This is the sixth location for the beloved farm-to-table gem from the Dave Magrogan Group, which also owns Red Star Craft House and Doc Magrogan’s.

A grand opening celebration will be held Wednesday, July 13, from 4–7 p.m. The Main Line Chamber of Commerce will handle the official ribbon-cutting ceremony to formally open this much-awaited at the 7,000-square-foot addition to Radnor’s culinary scene. Attendees can enjoy complimentary appetizers and happy hour drink prices. During the ceremony, Harvest will also present donation checks to Girls On the Run, The Mac Fund and Lancaster County Co-op.

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Harvest’s slogan, “Give. Love. Serve.,” is thriving with the restaurant’s focus on sustainably sourced menu items, including local produce and meats that are organic and GMO-free, consciously crafted menu items, most under 500 calories, and sustainable business practices.

The regular menu features seasonally inspired craft cocktails, a quarterly rotating menu, and a premium list of wines and draft beers.

The new location is embracing happy hour (Monday–Thursday, 4–7 p.m.; Friday, 4–6 p.m.) and will tempt with $5 flatbreads, $5 select specialty cocktails and $4 select wines and draft beer. The weekend brunch menu (Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.) is an indulgent way to start off the day with delectable seasonal offerings like blue crab eggs Benedict (blue claw crab cake, poached farm-fresh eggs, house-made English muffin, lemon hollandaise and breakfast potatoes).

555 E. Lancaster Ave., Radnor, (484) 584-4975,

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