Feast is a small, cozy restaurant that packs in a crowd and has mostly communal seating. You can't miss the detailed decor, complete with a vintage typewriter, a stuffed cougar, purposely crooked frames on the wall, and an awesome light fixture made of a wooden log that's wrapped in exposed wire and light bulbs.
What to Eat
After sitting down, you'll promptly be served starter plates. These were some of the best surprises we've had in a long time. You'll indulge in fresh pastries, yogurt parfaits, a juice shot of the day, and other chefs specialties. For your main plate, opt for the Puff Pastry with Wild Mushrooms, Scrambled Eggs and Chives.
What to Drink
The $24 prix fixe includes a mimosa, a bellini, a "beery Mary," a fresh squeezed OJ, or bottomless coffee.
Reservations are accepted and are strongly encouraged.