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About Feast - Tucson
Feast's menu changes on the first Tuesday of each month, and remains the same for both lunch and dinner, as well as in between. This keeps our menu seasonally appropriate and offers up the freshest ingredients possible at the height of their season. We think this also keeps it interesting. It's our hope that if we're excited about the menu, you'll be excited as well. Our private dining room accommodates up to 50 people. Feast is also a wine and liquor shop with twenty wines by the glass, a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence winner for the past five years running, and a full-service caterer.
Tucson, AZ 85716
Global, International, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Sunday: 11:00am - 5:00pm,
Dinner: Tuesday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Feast offers catering in three styles: pick-up prepared food; delivered without service; and fully staffed catering for parties ranging from 2 to 600 people. You can find testimonials on our website.
Feast offers a well-lit private parking lot with ADA access.
Sun Tran stop for routes 4, 105X and 109X is within 75 feet of Feast's front door.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Feast - Tucson Ratings and Reviews
This is probably my favorite restaurant in Tucson. The food is creative, carefully crafted and then artistically placed on an appropriate plate. The portions are ample. The staff is friendly and attentive but not intrusive. I'm not a wine drinker but our friends really enjoyed the expertise and knowledge of the wine steward. For our budget this is special occasion restaurant, however, if I ever win the lottery you'll see me there weekly.
I went for my birthday with friends and we all enjoyed the unusual selections. The warm autumn veggie salad was marvelous, my friend liked her creamy zucchini soup and I loved the grilled cheese sandwich. I had the Bombay martini, so good. I also got the white cake with the candied kumquats (which I love anyway) and you put a candle in it. Festive.
Well, I have not reviewed Feast in some time, despite dining here about every 3-5 weeks. I just run out of superlatives to write about each & every visit. Our most recent experience was once again nothing short of fabulous. The new December menu has exceeded expectations once more. I began with the vinegar glazed shrimp followed by the Many Moods of Chicken (a leg confit, liver pate, stuffed breast & deviled egg - which doesn’t even get to their respective creative prep & accompaniments). My wife enjoyed the braised pork shoulder & kielbasa with crispy kale & warm potato salad. Phenomenal presentations. Wonderfully subtle flavors. All accompanied with a terrific Paul Autard red blend. We finished by sharing the chocolate hazelnut crunch bar. Yummm! See y’all in a few weeks.
Great spot in midtown Tucson. Lovely menu, fantastic cocktail selection, incredible, voluminous wine list. Chef/owner Doug Levy never disappoints. Wonderful , complete service; smooth, the team approach works well here. And, Chef goes around to all tables, to be certain all is as it should be. And, it is exactly as it should be!
This was my first time dining at Feast. Everyone was very attentive, but it was just too expensive for what I had. Tiny appetizer, tiny salad, overpriced wine, dessert was fair. To top it off, there was no parking and I had to park and walk in the dark to meet my friend. Not a good experience.
The appetizers were incredibly small (not worth it) and the main course we just OK. There was no bread served as we were famished. I got the ox tail pasta and there was really nothing special about this dish for paying over $22 for this dish. Our total bill for four adults was $225cand we left still hungry and unsatisfied. It seems like Feast is trying too hard to be up-scale.
The ambiance was nice and so was the wine on the positive.
The menu was so interesting as usual and the preparation and taste great. My only complaint is that nobody from management stepped in to stop someone from using the speaker part of her cell phone throughout the entire course of our meal. That meant we couldn't hear the excellent sound track that was playing but could hear detail by detail her trying to track down some package being delivered to her. If that hadn't gone on for 45 minutes it would have been the perfect lunch and a real treat to experience.
Pleasing decor and ambiance. Friendly, bright competent staff. Sommelier was fantastic in putting us at ease and made wine selection easy and fun. The menu changes monthly and is filled with innovative, delightful selections at a reasonable price for such gourmet faire. Doug Levy is both owner and chef. He came around to most everyone's table to chat and enquire if we were happy with our selections. The man obviously loves his job and his customers.
What are you waiting for? GO!
It is rare nowadays to be able to find a server as unobtrusive yet alert and observant of our needs as the particular server we were so fortunate to have at Feast. The wine recommendations made by Kevin, the sommelier, were outstanding and yet not off the charts pricewise. I love that the staff at Feast does not try to push on the guest the most expensive items. The chef-owner’s creative and imaginative dishes are always a great surprise : “great” as in superbly tasty.
Feast offers a high-class dining experience at very moderate/reasonable, not high class, prices.
I rarely rate restaurants but felt compelled as this one worked in every way. The food was excellent and beautifully presented. The service was amazing. It was refreshing to see that the servers weren't hovering over the table to clear the first plate that was finished. In most restaurants, I find that I have to ask the server to wait until ALL of my guests have completed their meals. The chef also changes the menu often enough to keep it interesting.
We ordered the Endrecote, the pork tenderloin and the scallops and shared them. The beef and pork were cooked perfectly. All three were delicious. The mashed vegetable with the beef were my favorite side dish. We paired them with pinot noir and the Wine of the Month Chardonnay. We were too full for dessert! :(
one of my favorite Tucson restaurants.. the menu changes each month, while the old favorites stay on. the food is fresh, local, interesting and seasonal. the prices are good, affordable and Doug, the owner and chef is friendly and walks from table to table to make sure you are happy. a great restaurant experience for all.
Feast offers some of the most creative and interesting selections in Tucson. Chef Doug often comes out to chat with his guests. I go back as often as I can.
I'm not crazy about the Happy Hour menu but absolutely love their handcrafted cocktails! The Bohemian Bicycle is amazing.
Thanks for your efforts to keep this restaurant a delightful dining experience.
It was our anniversary and we had received a gift card and decided to try Feast. Our Sunday brunch was quite good. My husband had the eggs benedict and of course chose the lobster. We split and order of the pancakes which were excellent. I had the Dutch breakfast which I found disappointing. A very small portion and rather on the blah side. The bloody mary's were excellent.
The wine, appetizer, warm autumn salad and the pepper with goat cheese entre were ALL
delicious. This is food I cannot cook for myself, so it is a joy to find a restaurant that
gives us "Special' food. I love that local, sometimes organic ingredients are used.
Great wine suggestions.
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