Not many dads are farmers tending their fields any longer, but they do play a hand in raising the most important crop of all: their families.
Harvest wants to celebrate those men who work tirelessly nurturing their loved ones with a Father’s Day fried chicken supper that’s a farm-to-table meal for the whole family.
According to a news release, the restaurant will serve a single seating at 6:30 p.m. on Father’s Day, June 16.
Prepared by executive chef Coby Ming, just for this occasion—and, as expected, using the freshest, locally sourced, seasonal ingredients—the three-course, prix fixe meal will be served “family style” on platters and for passing. (Nope, not Clampett style at the fancy eatin’ table and with pot passers, just reg’lar handwork.)
Dinner costs $45 per person (not including alcohol, tax, or gratuity) and looks to be a dandy. (In fact, we’re making sure our children and spouses are linked to this! They owe it to us!)
Read the menu below and reserve your seat. (Make your reservation online click here, or call 502-384-9090.) We’re thinking they’ll go fast.
- Appetizer: apple butter biscuit, smokey rib jam, pickled shallot slaw
- Supper: buttermilk fried chicken (three pieces per person), mashed potatoes, smoked peppercorn gravy, braised greens and buttermilk rolls
- “Pass-arounds”: cucumbers and onions, fried okra and grilled corn
- Dessert: pecan shortcake with blueberry salad, candied ginger and bourbon whipped cream