A locally-sourced grocery, butchery, restaurant, wine bar & music venue
in the heart of the Catskills curating the highest quality experience by connecting
farms, food, music & community.
SUPPORTING OVER THREE HUNDRED & FIFTY LOCAL FARMERS, PRODUCERS, ARTISANS & MUSICIANS
Catskills Harvest is closed for the 2022-2023 Winter season.
Located in Andes, New York, Catskills Harvest has a mission of curating the highest quality experience by connecting farms, community, and food starting at a local level and expanding to a regional, national and global reach. Our store showcases gorgeous local items from produce to breads, vegetarian & vegan deliciousness, coffee + hand-blended teas, natural skincare products and an abundance of grocery items for your everyday needs. Our butcher shop features fresh beef, lamb, poultry, pork, veal and venison from locally sourced pasture-raised animals, and our cheese counter features many local cheesemakers and some favorite classics.
Come check out what makes the Catskills so unique and pick up locally -sourced & foraged ingredients for your next dinner party or just something to enjoy tonight.
Owner, Nicole E. Day launched 'the Harvest' to connect the bounty & talent of our local farmers and producers with our Catskills community. With 30 plus years experience in multiple food entrepreneurial endeavors, small to large scale food processing, manufacturing, regional + national distribution, and food safety compliance; Nicole serves as CEO of AgriForaging Food Safety Corp. which she founded in 2011 and Catskills Harvest FoodWorks LLC which she founded in 2017. Nicole specializes in federal and state food safety regulatory compliance, federal and state production plant design (slaughterhouses, meat processing establishments, craft beverage, cheese & dairy, general food & beverage production facilities, restaurant production compliance design, etc.), certified organic handling regulatory compliance (farm & food processing), and agricultural infrastructure systems while focusing on bridging gaps between rural and urban diversified local food systems.
Nicole also began Delaware County FoodWorks+ Shared Commercial Kitchen in 2018 at our Andes location. FoodWorks+ is proud to provide small-scale value-added co-packing services for Delaware County farmers and shared commercial kitchen infrastructure to entrepreneurs in our Catskills food community; helping bring new ideas, business & food innovation to market in a collaborative setting. FoodWorks+ members benefit from our flexible approach and affordability, integrated services, education programs and workshops.
To learn more please visit delcofoodworks.org + agriforaging.com.