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About Permanently Closed - Feast - Bucktown
This restaurant is permanently closed. Permanently Closed - Feast is a neighborhood restaurant in Chicago's Bucktown/Wicker Park area offering upscale dining in a casual atmosphere. The cuisine is globally influenced by owner Debra Sharpe's travels with famous rock stars including Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones. In winter, enjoy hearty, seasonal favorites, while summertime offers dining in a beautiful outdoor setting.
Monday: 1/2 price glasses of wine
Tuesday: 1/2 price bottles of wine
Wednesday: $15 all you can eat mussels
Thursday: $15 burger and draft beer
Chicago, IL 60614
American, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Tuesday: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday - Thursday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Friday: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 3:30pm, 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am - 3:30pm, 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Steps away from the blue line.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Mother's Day Brunch will be available May 10th from 9-3:30pm. We will be featuring specials, as well as a few of our favorite Brunch items. In addition, our Brunch buffet will feature fresh fruit, assorted house made pastries, granola, yogurt and salads. $27.50/person. $15/kids.
Feast - Bucktown - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
Really good food. Surprised that the food was "upscale" because the restaurant itself is very casual. Food, however, is not. You can get a burger or at the opposite end have the mussels that were extremely good. I guess it has something for everyone. Truly enjoyed it and will go back.
Great! The outdoor patio was so nice and unexpected. Between 4 of us we had the mussels, fried green tomatoes (personal favourite!), shrimp cake, roasted beets, chopped salad, and the turkey burger. Everything was really tasty although I didn't like the coleslaw on the turkey burger and thought it made the bun soggy. Service was great too, I'd definitely come back here.
Despite the restaurant being almost empty, we found the service to be very slow. The runners kept placing the wrong dish in front of each person, didnt seem to understand much English, and the waitress didn't come over to help them get it right.
The main dishes were mediocre at best. We did enjoy the desserts, though. They were the only redeeming part of the meal. I had family in from out of town and had selected the restaurant, so I was a bit embarrassed.
It was a party of 7, so I wasn't completely surprised to see the gratuity added to the check. But in my previous experience the automatic gratuity is typically 15% at most restaurants. If I get great service, I will add another 5%. But 20% automatically for sub-par service on a $400+ check, left a bad taste in my mouth.
When we walked in, the place was over 85 degrees and everyone was sweating. Even cracking a door did not help. Biscuits with blue cheese and onions and bacon brussel sprouts were only highlights. Would go back just for that app and side. Steak nothing to write home about, and the mussel dinner had large portions, but the tiniest mussels inside. Broth was good, but the sausage was tastier than the shellfish.
Terrible option for a vegetarian/vegan. My friend ordered short rib which she enjoyed, the polenta especially. I don't eat meat so ate sides and could have gone to Feed for 1/3 of the price, a better ambiance and more authentic southern american flavor. We were both disappointed as we remembered it being more about seasonal veggies, local/organic. It's just another overpriced place in the neighborhood now, no special character, TVs on for no reason ruining the ambiance. Waitstaff was great without a doubt but the food was too expensive for how basic it was.
My daughter is both gluten-free and dairy-free, and it is rare to find a restaurant like Feast so willing to accommodate these dietary restrictions. There were several dishes on the menu that normally contained butter, but the kitchen willingly made them with oil instead so my daughter could eat them. And it was all very tasty. We will definitely return
What can i say.... Feast has some good food and some very creative cocktails. We started off with some cocktails, the chicago style and the veev Basilica. Both were very tasty, but could have used a little more kick (tasted a bit sweet for me)
the food was most excellent, having one of my standby's : the Feast Burger and also trying out the House Smoked pulled chicken. A bit messy but what can you expect for a BBQ sandwich.
The feast burger was one of the best burgers I think that I've ever had -- ever. I'm 26 and I've had a lot of burgers.
What's even better, I ordered well done, received a medium well, and STILL it was fantastic. Couldn't even complain.
Cool ambiance, good seating arrangement for groups, no trouble with the reservation, etc. Patient service, great time.
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