Harvest Brings Farm-to-Table and Wine To 40th and Walnut

Dave Magrogan (Kildare’s, Doc Magrogan’s) is bringing his Harvest Seasonal Grill and Wine Bar concept to the former Marathon at 40th and Walnut. As you might guess by the name, the restaurant focuses on seasonal menus featuring local farms. The menu for the Glenn Mills location features salads, flatbreads, sandwiches and entrees. The sandwiches are all north of $10 and entrees top out with the $31 filet from Birchrun Hills Farm. The menu also includes dishes under 500 calories for the health-conscious.

 

Harvest to follow trend toward fresh, local food options [Daily Pennsylvanian]
Harvest Seasonal Grill and Wine Bar [Official Site]

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  • CD

    Seasons 52 copy.

  • foodie77077

    I will save Laban sometime… one bell

  • no

    Oh yes, because I’m sure this was a TOTALLY new and innovative concept when Seasons 52 did it.

    PROTIP: Almost every restaurant in existence is a copy of some other restaurant.

  • Ray Simms

    Another Magrogan project that won’t pay it’s bills.

  • Dave

    He is married and has a girlfriend in all his pics. He is full of himself

  • Earl J

    Kildares was so bad I would never try the Magrogans’s concept as much as I love Oyster bars. He also is responsible for all the old fry oil that is always on the sidewalk and small alley on Main Street. The owners of this U City property go from bad to worse with responsible tenets.

  • http://davemagrogangroup.com Insider

    Hey “Dave” — to clarify, Dave has been divorced for almost two years. He does have a girlfriend, though. Great observation!