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Harbes Family Farm, Mattituck

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • They have a great location. Could be a win win for them and clients but they are understaffed and totally disorganized. Long waits for food ( cannot bring any in)' water, toilets. ( 45 minutes at one ...  read more »
  • The place looks fun and we always wanted to go. We took a special trip out to LI to go. It was not a short or cheap trip for us. Unfortunately,it was just a mess. First I waited in a line for just wat...  read more »
  • You'll love this place if: - you like waiting in for tickets - waiting in line for the bathroom - waiting in line to get a cart for pumpkin picking - waiting in line to pay for pumpkins - waiting in l...  read more »
  • We heard that they have pretty good Apple Cider Donuts and Kettle Corn, so we were excited to visit. It was quite lovely, with lots of flowers, plants, and produces. I always liked these local farm stands with fresh veggies, fruits, and colorful plants and flowers. They are just so adorable, and a great spot to take a little break and relax. They had all sorts of plants, including strawberry plants and potato vine. Then there are lots of fresh veggies! They all looked very healthy, vibrant colors, and each one was larger than some veggies in supermarket. The Apple Cider Donuts were $6 for 6, just a bag full of sweet delights. The roasted kettle corn was pretty nice also, buttery golden, perfectly roasted. We also got lemonade and iced coffee, both we really enjoyed. What I didn’t realize was that they are much more and much bigger than what we could see in the immediate premises. They have Farm Stand, which we visited, Barnyard Adventure, and wine tasting. With a large lot with enough amount of outdoor seating, it is a great spot for a family to stop by to have lunch or snack, and then have some fun while you are there! Read my full review of this farm stand and food on my food blog, foodlovergirl.
  • I came on a Monday so it was empty. The grounds are beautiful and the. barnyard Adventure area is well done for kids. The pens for the few animals out are adorable. There's a great sand box, tree house, massive hedge maze, bike trikes, wooden play structures you name it. Kids could literally spend hours here. Staff was friendly. I'd highly recommend a visit.
  • All around great time! The apple cider donuts alone are worth the drive! Great atmosphere, amazing food, drinks and produce! There is something for everyone. The Boutique Vineyard produces an amazing Blanc de Blanc with notes of green apple and pear. Perfect outing for all Seasons!
  • Great food. Great wine. Chill atmosphere and very reasonable prices. People are great as well.
  • One of the true icons of modern day Long Island. Ed Harbes along with his wife Monica and their large brood have developed their roadside farmstand into a juggernaut of fresh vegetables, sweet corn (which he almost singlehandedly made famous in these parts), country hands-on entertainment, and, now, from what I understand, a vineyard. I speak in the past tense because I used to be the Harbes neighbor and saw their dreams flourish it would seem just months after they were conceived. The vineyard was just springing to life when I moved, but as aware as I am of Ed's meticulous attention to detail as well as his deep understanding of the North Fork terroir, I would be surprised if it were anything short of a great success. The Harbes family is a North Fork original and an incredible American success story. It seems almost trivial to judge them on whether their tomatoes cost more than the farmstand down the road (not that I've noticed anyone doing this, just hypothetically). Every time you patronize their farmstand or vineyard you contribute to a way of life that is borne from mid-20th century American values -- the values so many of us fear are vanishing within our lifetime. Ever wonder what the far opposite side of their property looks like? Take a couple of looks at the extremes it can bring.
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