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DC Harvest’s menu is fluid, ebbing and flowing from one season to the next according to the ingredients that are available locally. This flexible menu makes DC Harvest a popular spot for vegan and gluten-free diners, but you don’t have to fall into these categories to appreciate it. The fresh, farm-to-table food will impress any set of taste buds—especially if you pair it with a seasonally inspired cocktail or a local craft brew.

The eatery is currently open for both indoor dining and outdoor dining on the covered patio, but it’s continuing to offer takeout and delivery if you prefer to enjoy the fare at home. Start with a light, bright appetizer like the summer salad, featuring a bed of local greens with watermelon radish, heirloom cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, and toasted sunflower seeds, all tossed in a lemon vinaigrette. Then savor a main dish like the grilled Roseda Farms sirloin steak or the pulled barbecue jackfruit with corn cakes. DC Harvest is also known for its brunch, which includes eats like Brioche French toast and grilled Gulf shrimp salad.

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