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Harvest Vine, The

206-320-9771  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 2701 E Madison St, Seattle, WA 98112
CUISINE: Brunch, Small Plates, Basque, Spanish, Tapas
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
DESCRIPTION
Through the years, The Harvest Vine has evolved from a catering company to a takeout and wine shop to the now-popular, critically acclaimed restaurant offering gourmet tapas that showcase the regional specialties of Spain and the Basque country. The cozy dining room doubles as a wine cellar with floor-to-ceiling wine racks, hand-hewn beams and 200-year-old Spanish doors. The creative menu includes cold tapas such as white anchovy filets marinated in vinegar, and hot selections, including award-winning pimiento de Padrón (fried Galician green peppers). Meatier options are available such as rib-eye of ox grilled rare or pan-seared breast of duck with tri-color roasted carrots.
"You can sit at the counter and have one dish after another slide right at you (though these small plates really are small, so the bill inflates quickly)."
- The Stranger
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving dinner nightly. Sat–Sun brunch 10 am–2 pm.

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DESCRIPTION
Through the years, The Harvest Vine has evolved from a catering company to a takeout and wine shop to the now-popular, critically acclaimed restaurant offering gourmet tapas that showcase the regional specialties of Spain and the Basque country. The cozy dining room doubles as a wine cellar with floor-to-ceiling wine racks, hand-hewn beams and 200-year-old Spanish doors. The creative menu includes cold tapas such as white anchovy filets marinated in vinegar, and hot selections, including award-winning pimiento de Padrón (fried Galician green peppers). Meatier options are available such as rib-eye of ox grilled rare or pan-seared breast of duck with tri-color roasted carrots.
 
"You can sit at the counter and have one dish after another slide right at you (though these small plates really are small, so the bill inflates quickly)."
- The Stranger
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving dinner nightly. Sat–Sun brunch 10 am–2 pm.

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