Let's qualify this review somewhat from the start: Having dinner at Feast is NOT a usual dining experience. It is hard to imagine dining here alone, given the format, or even as a couple. For that matter, if yours is a large group that has different tastes, good luck not starting out with a food fight. This is the deal: Your group settles on ONE Feast choice, which you all share in. The interesting part is that the food is prepared and served as a cross between Tapas (portion size and variety) and Family style (all served at one time, in two separate courses, sandwiched by a light appetizer and a desert). If I have you confused, don't worry. Bottom line is you will get plenty to eat, the food is absolutely amazing, and the only decision besides beverages is which of three Feasts to choose from.
Of course, if you party cannot agree on one Feast that makes everyone happy, you are in trouble. May I suggest that you do not pair vegans with carnivores... it just isn't gonna happen. If your group is flexible, you can be delighted by any of the three choices, IMHO.
Our Feast Choices were a Farmer's Market Feast featuring a vegetarian menu, a Salmon Feast featuring salmon and complimentary dishes, and our choice,the Game Feast featuring trout, boar, quail, venison, duck, and bass... yes, a total of nine dishes in all (true of all three feasts). Individually, these are Tapas sized portions, prepared and presented expertly.
The restaurant itself is somewhat small and cozy... but, we were served in a cellar dining area that was well lit and gave us a bit of extra room to stretch out... PLUS lots of special attention from the staff. The entire experience could not have been better -- from food, to ambiance, to service.
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