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A new restaurant is open right where downtown meets midtown. Feast offers your favorite American dishes, from steak to seafood, but with added flare.
Reno, NV 89501
American, Seafood, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Monday- Friday 11:00am- 2:00pm
Monday- Sunday 5pm-9pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Contact for catering arrangements.
Plenty of parking spaces in the back end of restaurant. Area is well lit.
Private Party Facilities:
Please contact for private party arrangements.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Feast Ratings and Reviews
This is quite literally the best fine dining in Reno. It is one of the few fine dining places that actually has a parking lot adjacent. The small dining room is intimate and stays relatively quiet. The service is top notch and everyone working is a seasoned professional. The prix fixe "Feast" menu changes seasonally and the house dishes are amazing. The pan roast is the best I have ever had. Last week we had the prix fixe "Feast:" lobster crepes, fried oysters; roasted squid, crab cesar salad, wild mushroom bisque, grouper, kangaroo steak, rice, and seasonal vegetables. We finished off with sticky ooey gooey coconut bars with chocolate and strawberries. If you haven't eaten here, you haven't had the best of Reno.
Sadly overrated, over priced and definitely not worth the money. You would get more value going to one of the signature restaurants at one of the larger casinos. I had high expectations for this place as it was recommended to me but sadly they didn’t meet them.
This was our second trip to Feast for our ladies birthday group. It did not disappoint, the menu offers small plates, fabulous salads and great sandwiches. Something for everyone in our group, we will certainly be back. A big plus is the parking available in the back, truly a hidden gem.
We had the Chef's feast. First course octopus was delicious, chicken in lettuce wrap good, oysters were a little tough and didn't seem super fresh. Second course Caesar salad was mediocre, fresh romaine, boring dressing, no anchovies. Main course was kangaroo and baramundi. Kangaroo was a bit tough and dry, fruited meat sauce was good, certainly an adventurous attempt, but from Australian experience, a difficult meat to prepare well. Fish was pretty good. Desert was coconut macaroons with aged balsamic drizzle. Macaroons were very good, not fond of the balsamic pairing. We had the wine pairing. The additional charge was only $10 for a sparking and two wines. I had not noticed that before the meal. I can say that was good value for two mediocre wines from a Modesto vintner, and a decent sparking, but I would have preferred to buy my own higher quality wine.
Could not be better. Shared the prix fixe which included boar, elk and venison. The tomato ginger soup was excellent. They helped with the wine selection and suggested a reasonably priced montepulciano which paired great with the entree. They never rushed us. We arrived early and were promptly seated. Stayed three hours. I would definitely go back there again.
The food was great. I had the Sea Bass and my wife had the Seafood Fettuccine. Both were outstanding. Our waiter, Maciej, was friendly and professional. He had some good suggestions that helped us navigate the menu. All in all, an excellent restaurant. We had a fun time.
The noise level in the entire restaurant was unbearable. The acoustics are awful. To make matters worse, they sat us right next to the bar, where people were standing right next to where we sat. Although the food was good, we couldn't hear ourselves talk, and couldn't wait to finish our meal and leave.
We heard that the Sunday brunch had been reinstated. Although we had a reservation, it was unnecessary. Felt the menu could have been more extensive. The Dungeness crab benedict was delicious! We will definitely make a return visit for Sunday Brunch, as well as continuing to come for dinner.
Feast is amazing! We were greeted at the door by both the hostess and the owner, and seated right away. Our server (very nice and welcoming) introduced us to the menu and the restaurant. We opted for the 5 course Feast menu which was adventurous without being intimidating. We started out with the Blackberry Basil Martini before our appetizers arrived. Very well made, not too sweet and not pure alcohol. Our server was attentive to our pace and the water glasses were always full. The food was presented beautifully, and more importantly, was delicious! Before we left, the owner came over and chatted with us, very humble man for such an amazing place! We will definitely be back to Feast!!!
This was not the first time we've eaten at Feast for a special occasion, and we have never been unhappy with our experience. This visit was no different -- the food is always delicious and beautifully presented, and the service is friendly, casual, and attentive -- we were even surprised with a dessert on the house, which was a very nice and appreciated touch. Looking forward to returning.
Everything was great, food, service, ambiance, etc. My only suggestion would be to either move the front door, or to put in a hostess stand, possibly with a pony wall. The hostesses just had to stand awkwardly in the middle of the dining room by the front door, as did guests waiting to be seated. Otherwise, loved it!
I brought a friend to the restaurant and it was her first time. The food was really yummy. I just finished my leftovers and had to fight off my cats and dogs....My friend plans to bring her entire family to Feast she was so impressed. I particularly love the wild meats, as I grew up on them as a child/teenager and often helped in the butchering process.
This was our second time at Feast. the first time we had the Feast platter with the wine pairing and we can not recommend that enough.
Once again, the service was excellent and the food was beautifully prepared.
This time he had the wild boar ribs - 5 ribs! - and I had the rabbit. The servings are large. My house salad was not special in any way, sadly. His beef barley soups was excellent.
He loved the reduction on his rice and ribs. I found my rabbit to be beautifully prepared but the reduction was a bit sweet for my taste.
The vegetables were perfect.
I would prefer to hear classical music during dinner but that is a small complaint.
The owner came by both times to chat and that is a lovely touch.
Go to Feast - you will not be disappointed.
We fully enjoyed our dinner at Feast. They have a complete menu with choices for every taste. Although the Caesar dressing was too lemony for our taste, all of the other food was outstanding. Our server, Kristina, was great and made the experience even more delightful.
Fun, friendly place with great food.
Hadn't been in for quite some time but our favorite server remembered my name (not the same as reservation). Friendly bar staff served us a drink as we waited for our friends. Food, wine and service could not have been better. All in all, a fantastic evening.
My sister and I dined at Feast prior to attending a show at the Pioneer Center. We opted to try the Feast prixe fix menu. It was the best decision we could have made. The 5 courses were all outstanding. We tried foods we had never had before and were in awe that every dish was better than the last. Our waiter was attentive, but not pushy and helped to make sure we got out in time to make it to the show. Everyone in the restaurant with us commented on each of our courses and we encouraged them all to try it for themselves. This place was fantastic and we will definitely be back for another round.
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