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102 3rd Ave.
New York, NY 10003
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$30 and under
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Hours of Operation:
Breakfast/Lunch: Daily: 7:30am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Wednesday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm, Thursday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 1:00am
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Feast is a seasonal American restaurant that offers a modern interpretation to the dinner party in a rustic, warm and inviting place.
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This place is great--decently
priced for excellent service and fine dining, food hand picked and created by a professional chef. It's got a new-American hipster-y kind of Westville vibe, but with higher level fare, more professional waiters who know their stuff and just a higher level in general of dining. I would highly suggest having dinner here sometime if you want a cool atmosphere, waiters and good that's detail oriented, and fantastic food with vegetarian options."
Dined on 7/20/2014
We were dazzled by everything.
The meal progressed like a great piece of music. The first course was a great way to whet our appetites and the main course was a delight for our taste buds. Flavors were spot on and the dishes were inventive. The tequila granito was a great palate cleanser before dessert."
Dined on 7/18/2014
Love the food, ambiance and
service. Redneck sushi was delicious and so creative!! The lamb burger was also amazing."
Dined on 7/15/2014
This is one of my favorite
restaurants innNew York. They feature exotic gourmet dishes of all sorts, prepared perfectly, and served in a comfortable, relaxed environment."
Dined on 7/12/2014
I boked this restaurant, only on
reviews, not knowing what to expect. The place and stafff were very inviting. We started with some unusual flavours in the coctails. We were then informed there was a vegeterian set menu, and a mexican one, or just normal food to share or not. We decided to go for the vegetarian one and surprisingly evey thing wasexcellent. The salads were to die for. The whole party of 6, left the restaurant pleasingly satisfied and full. Great place."
Dined on 7/7/2014
Really great ambiance - lovely
warm lighting, great service, rustic tables combined with fresh flowers, sort of a vintage-rustic-French bistro mood. Very attentive and helpful waitstaff. We had the vegetarian Farmer's Market feast -- you order for the table, and each course comes out with several dishes served family-style. We are vegetarians and appreciate having inventive, delicious and varied food options when dining out! Some of the dishes were more flavorful than others, but overall it was a great meal out. They also have a Mexican feast (same style) and then other options to order a la carte. The back of the restaurant has a large table where big groups can sit together - would be great for a birthday or other night out with friends."
Dined on 7/4/2014
I needed a place for brunch to
meet up with a fellow foodie friend I hadn't seen in 25 years. Everything was perfect; cool decor, ambiance, exceptional & friendly service and of course the meal. I googled best brunch locations in NYC and Feast showed up on a top 10 list. As a previous fan of Veritas, I was happy to discover another restaurant by some of the same team. I will definitely be back to sample dinner. Bravo!"
Dined on 6/29/2014
Took a risk on this place, brought
my whole family for brunch. Trust me, these are not easily pleased people. BOOM ROASTED. Everybody loved it. Food was novel, delicious, affordable and appealing. Service was superb. Could've closed the front up and turned on the AC, but that's just me being a dick. This place rocks."
Dined on 6/28/2014
Food was excellent. group of 6
had the front table, which was perfect. wine list was good. they ran out of our wine and suggested another one that was equally good. service as abit over enthusiastic."
Dined on 6/17/2014
Divine dinner. Food amazing
service outstanding. There are no complaints about this place save for how noisy it can get."
Dined on 6/13/2014
We ordered the seafood combo
starter to share and at $36 for 4 oysters, 4 warm (very odd idea) shrimp, and a little ceviche was overpriced. The mains were more reasonable but the redneck sushi was just too much of a concept (the ingredients were fine but why try to be smart?). The drinks service was also slow and in the end we just couldn't wait to leave ..."
Dined on 6/12/2014
Great spot. Best thing on the
menu is the Farmer's Feast teasting menu. It changes with the seasons and is delicious."
Dined on 6/9/2014
A truly fantastic meal (and I
don't say that often). Spring risotto (which we split for an appetizer) was an absolute knockout. Steak n egg delicious, coq au vin very good also. Homemade ginger ale had nice heat and cocktail good. Service thoughtful and flexible and nice. Desserts fine but an afterthought, not on the same level, skip and eat more of the amazing food. The setting is beautiful and nicely designed, the only reason I give a slightly lower ambience rating is the music: jane's addiction at dinner? It wasn't turned up super loud, but it still felt incongruous with the food. But that is really ambitious and fun; will definitely be coming back here. "
Dined on 5/25/2014
I read about the restaurant in an
article, and after checking out the menu decided it looked better than the typical NY brunch without veering into pretentiousness. And it was great! The vibe is casual and relaxed, from the rustic interior, to the (very) friendly hostess and wait staff. Not too much hustle and bustle. And the menu is a smart "New American," in that the dishes are mostly traditional, but with a little added twist and extra flair (without feeling needlessly experimental or pretentious). The food was excellent. None of the dishes were "one note" which is easy to do with brunch. My coffee (and water) never ran empty, and yet, I didn't feel like anyone was hovering over me. I'd absolutely come back to try more of the menu."
Dined on 5/25/2014
One can tell that all staff are
passionate about their work- each morsel is exquisite!"
Dined on 5/21/2014
I love the sharing menus that they
offer and everything is excellent - great wine list too - and very unusual but delicious desserts as well"
Dined on 5/19/2014
Seated at 8pm, ordered wine and
dinner at 8:10. At 9:00pm, we had not been served a morsel! No bread, no dinner. The couple seated next to us arrived at 8:45pm and were eating at 9. We left without the opportunity to taste anything. Horrible experience. Try another restaurant on Open Table."
Dined on 5/18/2014
We had friends in from out of town
that only had time for one sit-down meal in NYC - and this is where we chose to take them. Feast did NOT disappoint. Our friends (and ourselves) had a blast, were blown away by the creation of the dishes, presentation, quality of ingredients, excellent layering of flavors and overall design of the tasting menu/dinner. The craft cocktails were exceptional (last time we came they only had a beer/wine license so this was a very pleasant surprise). This was a top notch meal and a great value."
Dined on 5/17/2014
The service was outstanding.
Everyone really seems to be happy there - host, maître d, bartender, server and food runner. All made us feel at home. Had the farmers feast and truly enjoyed the selections. "
Dined on 5/16/2014
Delicious food. Great service. Fun
and easy going atmosphere. "
Dined on 5/16/2014
friendly helpful staff . attentive
and connected . great range of flavors. the French feast was an absolute star."
Dined on 5/13/2014
Pricey but ideal for getting a
variety of tastes with the shared appetizers. Service excellent. "
Dined on 5/11/2014
The food is great and a shout-out
again to the owner, Brian, who's a wonderful host and a swell guy."
Dined on 5/10/2014
Great job, the chef was very
accommodating my partner's fish allergies. The french feast was amazing. Service was outstanding. "
Dined on 5/8/2014
It's prix fixe and worth every
cent. I recommend a reservation."
Dined on 5/4/2014
Took my friend here for brunch.
Loved the attention to detail of this place. Great and friendly staff. Large portions and good coffee. Will come back some time to try dinner."
Dined on 5/4/2014
I picked this place out of a
Thrillist article and boy did I pick well. The place was cute and small and had a nice ambience to things. I would certainly go back. The staff was very nice and took time to explain things. "
Dined on 5/3/2014
- I've been here twice (once for a
friend's birthday with a party of 17 and the second time with just one friend) and both times I have walked away completely satisfied. Brian, the owner, is incredibly friendly and his staff is quick, attentive, and very helpful. - The food is super creative and oh-so-good--every single person that came with me the first time could not stop raving about it and asked me to bring them back. - The ambiance is also super romantic and very well done (think "woodland"). - The only downsides might be that it's definitely not cheap and while the cocktails are great, they're pretty small for their price. "
Dined on 4/29/2014
I went there for lunch - the food
I ordered was delicious, but the portion was tiny! I am a petite woman and don't eat a lot, but the portion was small even for me - I can't imagine that it would be satisfying for someone who is bigger/eats more. There weren't any side dishes on the menu either, so if we were hungry, we would have had to order 2 (small) main plates. Also, there were no desserts. "
Dined on 4/23/2014
Really comforting food that was a
little over-seasoned for a few dishes. Squid ink was amazing! The portions are small but appropriately so, because we chose to do a la carte rather than the prefixe home-style sharing menu. Great ambiance and service. "
Dined on 4/21/2014
We had brunch there on Easter
Sunday. I expected a special menu for Easter but it was the same as usual. You get a small serving of zucchini bread, mini scone, mini cinnamon rolls, and fruit and granola, as a first course, before your main entree. The brunch also comes with orange juice, mimosa or coffee. The brunch menu consists of a choice of smoked salmon, omelettes, eggs benedict, or croque madame, all of which have a twist to it e.g. smoked salmon comes with quail eggs, eggs benedict comes with barbecue ribs. All for $25 which I think is an okay deal given what you get. "
Dined on 4/20/2014
I was so glad we selected FEAST
for our Easter Brunch for 8 people. None of us had been before, but half the party were locals who plan on visiting again. Service was great, food delicious and creative. It was a special brunch!"
Dined on 4/20/2014
The menu is great, as the name
suggests you get a feast. Come hungry and ready to share, a nice date spot. I love the shrimp ang grits at brunch. The staff and owner really deliver a great experience."
Dined on 4/13/2014
I treated a friend to the French
feast last weekend and we had a marvelous girls' date. The food was tasty (especially the lobster choucroute and black currant gateau) and, as one-time Vermonters, we enjoyed the modern rustic decor. Very reasonably priced for eight delicious courses!"
Dined on 4/12/2014
Very nice meal. We did a la carte
as the feast requires that all guests share same choices. Dietary restrictions made this not possible for us. Agnolotti was very garlicky but other flavors (Apple, squash) were forward, too. Farro appetizer is huge and very delicious"
Dined on 4/3/2014
The brunch food was only so-so but
the first course snacks (pastries, juice, yogurt parfait) were good. The service seemed a bit rushed and the place is crowded so you feel like you are at a table with many others. Service was fine, just nothing spectacular unfortunately."
Dined on 3/30/2014
We chose the more expensive
Parisian Feast and it was delicious. I liked the deconstructed ratatouille more than my guests who found the side dish under seasoned. ( no salt and pepper on the table). Dessert was over sized petite fours which were not any thing special. The wine choices are quite interesting and we enjoyed our choice. Only complaints is that for a meal we paid 130 per person for, the chairs are quite uncomfortable and the noise level was way too high."
Dined on 3/28/2014
We had such a great time at Feast.
The food was great! we tried their French Feast. loved the chef's take on traditional french courses. The staff were really attentive and friendly. loved the decor. we would go back in a heart beat. had a great date night! Totally recommend this for a nice evening out!"
Dined on 3/25/2014
The shared "Sunday Gravy feast" is
the quintessence of Italian-American dining-- lots of red sauces, meats, and carbs. It's a lot of fun (and a huge amount of food), but don't expect elegance. You need to be in the mood for something that is a throwback to the days of "Big Night" or "The Sopranos"--hearty, well-seasoned food, nicely prepared, served family-style. Lots of tomato sauce, pasta, polenta, pizza, and meat (ragu & braciole)--aided by a good salad and sautéed greens for balance. Go hungry."
Dined on 3/23/2014
The prix fix brunch was DELICIOUS!
I highly recommend the lemon soufflé pancakes and eggs benedict."
Dined on 3/23/2014
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