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
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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
We enjoyed our meal immensely...the squa ...
We enjoyed our meal immensely...the squash blossoms appetizer, and oysters and Scottish Salmon as main course. The red wine (ripasso) was excellent and moderately priced. The Napoleon dessert was yummy. The location and ambiance are ok, but the real star is the food and its chef.
We've been coming to The Feast for all o ...
We've been coming to The Feast for all our major "Special Occasion" dining for the last 9 years. The food is ALWAYS top-notch, the service is excellent and the wine list is superb. I love that the menu is seasonal and changes every couple months. I also like that they use local (or at least regionally) grown ingredients. This is the place we always bring guests, and will be loyal to for many years to come.
Despite the fact that my quail was almos ...
Despite the fact that my quail was almost raw and I had to send it back to be cooked, it was delicious - the entire plate comprised the best meal I've ever had at Feast. Don't miss the "Quail and Snails" if it's still available. My husband didn't like his pasta, though - he said that the dough was really thick and it got boring after the second bite.
Our meal was unbelievably FANTASTIC. Bo ...
Our meal was unbelievably FANTASTIC. Both entrees were so delicious we were still talking about them days later. Wait staff were friendly and attentive. Very helpful with questions about menu items. Very responsive.
Visited the wine shop and were impressed with the variety and selections.
Delicious food from an imaginative kitch ...
Delicious food from an imaginative kitchen. Excellent wine list and genuine service. Good music that's soft enough to carry on a conversation (why, oh why do most restaurants try to prevent that?). If you haven't been to Feast yet, go today!
My husband and I were in Tucson during ...
My husband and I were in Tucson during our anniversary weekend and found Feast on line. The reviews seemed good and the menu looked innovative, so we decided to give it a shot. My goodness did we score! We loved everything about our evening at Feast, the food was beautifully prepared and plated, the service was great but we especially appreciated the chef's interactions with us. When we didn't enjoy a particular wine and asked for a recommendation, out came the chef to confer with us about our taste in wine. He looked at what we ordered and stayed within our budget to recommend three possible wines. His description of each was thoroughly entertaining and creative. It was as if he had a personal relationship with each bottle and described them in depth. The one we chose was absolutely perfect and complimented our meal making it an unforgettable dining experience. I would definitely recommend Feast!
Our experience lived up to the excellent ...
Our experience lived up to the excellent reviews on Open Table. The Chef visited every table, and made several suggestions to make our experience better. The menu is very creative, with a nice mix of flavors and textures. Great service, good value. Good wine list with a number of great choices by the glass.
I had the Udon noodle dish with 2 kinds ...
I had the Udon noodle dish with 2 kinds of pork plenty of food my husband helped me eat it.
Nice spicy was not overwhelming but some heat .
We love the wine recommendations by the staff and have Dough the owner come by making sure every one is happy
The ravioli was undercooked, chewy and t ...
The ravioli was undercooked, chewy and tasteless. Didn't have time to send it back. Very disappointed. The last time we went I ordered pulled chicken and there was skin and bones in
the dish- not supposed to be there. I doubt that we'll return any time soon. We do appreciate the service and the owner who walks around and asks how the food is...another time we did have the time and I sent back the duck confit. We have now tried Feast several times...too bad.
The creativity never stops on the even c ...
The creativity never stops on the even changing menu and the wine list is always structured for just about any type of buyer/sipper. The service is always reliably warm and very smooth, and the dining room is lively. Their stuffed squash blossoms are always a favorite of mine, as well as the chickpea flour coated cauliflower app. I have never been disappointed in any entree I have ordered, though I only order fish and chicken dishes. Some of the best vegetarian dishes are found there, too.
Our best meal yet - I had the bouillabai ...
Our best meal yet - I had the bouillabaise and my husband the shrimp etoufee. They were decent but timid renditions (especially the rouille) of what I've had in France and New Orleans - I wonder if that's expected for Tucson? I like that Doug keeps trying new things.
Came for our anniversary. Were not disap ...
Came for our anniversary. Were not disappointed. Food, service, and wine selection all excellent. On a saturday night the restaurant was full and a bit noisy for quiet conversation but overall great ambiance and very attentive staff.
Feast never disappoints. The servers are ...
Feast never disappoints. The servers are attentive and knowledgeable. The chef/owner visits every table and is always eager to answer questions. It's a great place. We hope it never goes away. Feast is our go-to restaurant.
Feast has consistently good food and ser ...
Feast has consistently good food and service as well as serving inventive dishes. The mussels appetizer
Was fabulous. Gazpacho needed more flavor. Only real disappointment is that there was only 1 Sauvignon Blanc choice from CA. Recommend that they include a New Zealand SB e.g., Starborough or Nobila,etc.
Came into town for my daughter's move at ...
Came into town for my daughter's move at UofA, and found this gem on Yelp. It was very warm and friendly, with the owner/chef roaming the tables. The menu was quite eclectic, but not in a weird way, just combining various ingredients that you wouldn't have thought of. Definitely worth a try.
We love Feast. We live in Seattle and ha ...
We love Feast. We live in Seattle and have always loved going here on our visits to see family. We were so excited when last week they put the Lobster bread pudding on the menu for the week because we had missed it! We ate there four times so four Lobster Bread Puddings to start our meals! We will look forward to our next meal at Feast! The avocado gazpacho was delicious too!
As always, the food was superb. One of t ...
As always, the food was superb. One of their most acclaimed dishes is the lobster, corn and scallion bread pudding appetizer. It looks like a big muffin and it is even better than dessert. I wanted a slight variation of one of the menu items and they prepared a wonderful steak with wild mushrooms and red wine sauce. One of the specials was a lamb stew. They made is gluten free for us and it was fantastic.
I don't thnk there is a better restaurant in Tucson. I did award only four starts on two minor items: the waitress got busy and forgot our wine. She apologized and service was very good after that. I also cannot award five stars for value as I reserve that for really great, amazing prices. These were more than fair prices, but not as low as some other restaurants. Feast has become our go-to restaurant for different food that is always delicious.
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