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.
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/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
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Feast - Tucson Ratings and Reviews
We enjoyed our timem the food was excell ...
We enjoyed our timem the food was excellent, and the squash blossom appetizers definitely added an exotic touch. Wonderful service and we did not feel hurried in any way even though we lingered through lunch for a couple hours. We appreciated the addition of a birthday candle to the piece of carrot cake we all shared in celebration. Thank you.
Every time I go here I am amazed. I ofte ...
Every time I go here I am amazed. I often look at the menu and think there is nothing that I am in the mood for. When I arrive and look at the menu, I may not find anything that I really want, but every selection I have ever had has been incredible. The presentation is gorgeous and the food is unique. I used to enjoy The Dish in Tucson, but that restaurant is no longer serving on any regular schedule, so I would have to rank Feast as a top 5 restaurant in Tucson.
New to area and this farm to table, chan ...
New to area and this farm to table, changing menu resturant sounded interesting. Atmosphere was odd, tables & chairs wobbled , servers very hippy like. Food was just okay and overpriced. Good wine list though. Glad I tried but will not return.
Eclectic Food Gems Sweet & savory tastes ...
Eclectic Food Gems
Sweet & savory tastes abound. Wonderful options for vegetarians,, carnivores & pescetarians.
Delightful chef checks-in with his patrons to gauge their likes.
Wine list is molto bene.
Wait staffer (Megan/Meghan) is outstanding & knowledgeable with wine options.
We'll return & we'd recommend it.
I have always liked Feast since they wer ...
I have always liked Feast since they were at their original place. There is always something interesting and usually the servings are of a nice size. The food is original and most of the time hits the mark. Glad they continue to do well.
The food was, as it always is at Feast, ...
The food was, as it always is at Feast, extraordinarily tasty. The chef-owner has the most creative, imaginative sense of what unconventional combinations of foods work to render a truly memorable culinary experience. The sommelier is impressively knowledgeable and has very interesting information to relate about the wines he recommends. The staff are all friendly and accommodating. Feast offers an altogether superlative dining experience!
This was our second visit to Feast and w ...
This was our second visit to Feast and we were not disappointed! So much sounded good on the menu that we opted to go for 5 of the non-entrees and dessert. Plenty of food and we left feeling very satiated. Our waitperson was excellent and the service and ambience were perfect for a weeknight meal.
Halibut dry, tough, tasteless; chicken o ...
Halibut dry, tough, tasteless; chicken overcooked. Salad better. Grilled cheese sandwich was a pair of slabs of a Mediterranean cheese that looked like chicken but was much tougher--on a mini baguette, far too hard to chew. Good service. chef wanted to accommodate, but menu choices, while interesting, were not really well thought out or worth the trouble. Won't be back.
Feast is a Real Feast
We dine often at Feast and find it always a delight. The service is stellar--no teenagers ignoring seniors, but mature competent wait staff. I had a dish of pork tenderloin accompanied by a succotash. The succotash was outstanding, composed of corn, soy beans, okra, et al. My husband had a chicken dish which he loved. Always a delight to have Chef Doug stop by the table at sometime in the evening. The dessert we had was carrot cake. Didn't quite like the icing of gorgonzola and cream cheese, but it was innovative. Thanks again Feast.
First Time at Brunch
Although we've visited Feast several times (and been impressed each time with the innovative cuisine), we took a couple to brunch who had never dine there. We each thoroughly enjoyed our food. I had an appetizer of mussels (with bacon, ginger, and marcona almonds), and a lobster Benedict. Our friends ate a corned beef dish and a beet omelet, while my husband had a version of French toast with brie. Oh, and the before-brunch libations--a champagne and aperol concoction and the bloody Marys--were just right.
The food was superb. We loved how the me ...
The food was superb. We loved how the menu was seasonal and changed due to what fresh ingredients were in season. The portions were the perfect size; filling without being gluttonous. The flavor combinations were fun and delicious. We will definitely return to this spot!
We can always count on Feast to give us ...
We can always count on Feast to give us a delicious meal with good service. The sommelier is excellent and we love that the chef always comes out to see how we liked the meal. It's our favorite place to take guests because we're never disappointed .
I've been a Feast groupie since it opene ...
I've been a Feast groupie since it opened in a different location, as a deli case with a couple tables (I think there were tables in that first iteration)...what?...15-20 years ago? Chef-owner Doug Levy is a creative-visionary and has taken lots of risks, over the years, so he's won a lot and lost a few...and we keep coming back. He's a great cook, so his moving out of the the kitchen and into the restaurant created a few bumps in the road. One of the great strengths of Feast is the serving staff, many of whom have been with Feast more than a couple years. The long and short of it is that Feast is really good, right now, so assigning OpenTable "stars" is a challenge. Feast is not yet a Michelin Star restaurant and probably never will be, but so what?! Tucson is not on the world stage. Feast is one of our best: a wonderful, creative, forward-looking place to have a wonderful meal that's got heart and soul!
I went with my 5 friends. Everything was ...
I went with my 5 friends.
Everything was great....except...
My friend Janet and I had the same thing.
It was billed as 'lobster' but was basically eggs benedict,
with a couple of slivers of lobster. I would expect more,
for $15. Janet said, That was pretty expensive, for eggs!
In Tucson, I was just blown away by this ...
In Tucson, I was just blown away by this great little restaurant - wonderful, unusual wines, just the most creative way of combining flavors, and when you can't get enough of the fresh succotash (huh???), you know you are in the hands of a master! Go to Feast if you are EVER in Tucson! they feature local produce, changing the menu monthly to optimize the food options. Our waiter, David, was a delight - attentive, funny, relaxed, warm . . . I'm pretty picky and I can't find a thing to complain about. And the chef shares his menus! One of the best meals I've had in ages, and now, a Top Three in the US for me.
I ate at Feast to celebrate my daughter finishing her 1st year at U of A. The restaurant had a nice selection of both small and large plates. We started with a soft shell crab special and also had some yam/potato pancakes (on the small side). My daughter had the duck confit and I had the hanger steak. The steak was good, but the best part was the masa fries.
A Gem. Always Fresh and Fabulous!
Third time dining at Feast. Chef Doug Levy is extremely creative and serves food with BOLD flavors. My Mother's Day choice for dinner was to dine at FEAST. I had a delicious Scallop & Lobster entree that was so fabulous. The scallops were cooked to perfection. One of my family members is a Vegan and we never called ahead to tell them, but Chef prepared a wonderful dish with great flavors. You should go here to dine. It is a GEM. Chef Levy cares about his patrons. He walks around and greets you at your table to make sure all was prepared to your liking.
FEAST is a feast for the senses!!!!
I love Feast!! It is a wonderful, neighborhood restaurant that has FABULOUS food, an interesting/eclectic menu that changes all the time (surprises!), a wonderful, talented, inventive, friendly chef, a GREAT wine list, a beautiful atmosphere, a professional, attentive staff and lots of fun stuff to buy on the way out. It's the place to go for brunch, lunch, dinner - ANYTIME!! You will NOT be disappointed!!!
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