Brewery District Harvest Opens for Carryout Next Week
Central Ohio’s fourth Harvest Pizzeria will start slinging pies very soon.
It will be a carryout only operation at the start, with curbside pickup at 940 S. Front St. in the Brewery District. The menu will be similar to Harvest’s other locations – primarily focused on pizza with a smattering of salads, small plates and sandwiches.
Taking over the former home of Westies Gastropub, Harvest has 5,300 square feet of space to work with – far larger than their original 24-seat home in German Village. When the Brewery District spot does open up for dine-in seating, the front half of the building will be the traditional Harvest dining room. However, the back half will debut a new upscale cocktail bar, The Silo. The Silo will have cocktails, craft beer and small plates, but diners can still enjoy pizzas. It will be a similar set up to how Harvest and neighboring bar Curio used to function.
There’s no word yet on when Harvest in the Brewery District, or any other location for that matter, will reopen for dine-in patrons. Owner Chris Crader has previously spoken with Columbus Underground about why he’s holding off on reopening.
Harvest will become the main focus for Crader’s Grow Restaurants, which announced late last month that both The Sycamore and Cosecha Cocina were closed and listed for sale.
A grand opening was originally planned for Monday, June 22 but has been pushed back due to construction.
Once open, Harvest Brewery District will be open for carryout Monday to Friday from 4 – 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12 – 9 p.m.
For more information, visit harvestpizzeria.com.
All photos by Susan Post