Thirty minutes north of Dallas, McKinney Avenue Square just became cozier. Enter Harvest, where quaint rattan swings hang from the outdoor dining area in front, and the elegant combination of velvet upholstery, wood paneling and dimmed light showcases farmhouse chic done right. Thanks to chef Andrea Shackelford, diners get a taste of real farm-to-table food and true Southern hospitality. The menu, which is divided by section (Smalls, Grains and Greens, Water, Ranch and Farm), illustrates the old-school concept of cooking with local, sustainable and organic goods. To whet our thirst we order the Harvest cocktail, consisting of cinnamon- and vanilla bean-infused vodka, and pineapple and lime juices. Pacing ourselves is a difficult task as the drink tastes more like a pineapple upside-down cake than a cocktail.