Passion and Rock 'n' Roll on a Plate at Harvest Eatery
Why are people driving 100, 200 or even 500 km to get a meal at a restaurant in small-town Saskatchewan? Check out Harvest Eatery, a place that the Globe and Mail’s Amy Rosen compares to world-famous out-of-the-way eateries like Sweden’s Faviken and Spain’s Arzak.
Chef Garrett “Rusty” Thienes delivers passion, craftsmanship and a (small but tasty) dash of rock and roll anarchy on your plate at Harvest Eatery. Try the Harvest Burger or a tender striploin carved from Saskatchewan-raised Speckle Park beef.
Location: Shaunavon, SK