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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
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.
Feast is always wonderful. The menu changes regularly so you are never bored. Food is excellent—very creative, yet comfortable. The wine selection is outstanding and Kevin or one of the other experts will help you choose the right bottle or glass. We just had the best bottle that worked with chicken, beef and pasta dishes. Wine prices are so much better than most restaurants. Highly recommend.
Received a gift card from a friend. This was our first visit. My initial conception of the name was something from the Renaissance Festival, ie., the turkey leg and eating with your hands. How wrong was I. We had made reservations (recommended) and were greeted warmly when we arrived. The wait staff were attentive and not overly intrusive. My lady had a very nice salad while I enjoyed a salmon dish. The eclectic ingredients in each dish set Feast apart from other establishments. The chef / owner (?) came out to ask guests how they were enjoying their meals. We had a short but nice discussion. Very nice to make a personable connection. The menu changes monthly and we are excited to see what it in store soon. Highly recommend.
I hadn't been to Feast in several years. Past visits were great. This time not so much. Service and atmosphere are still good, and they've got an outstanding wine slection. But the food, the food....disappointing. Smallish portions, sort of bland, nothing really stood out, sorry to say. I'm hoping they were just having an off night.
The sommelier spent time explaining the wine we had ordered. When we asked about Arizona wines, he not only explained his favorites in great detail, he also printed material for us on each of the vineyards. The menu offered a variety of creative and unique choices. The wine list was extensive and we appreciated that there were enough half bottle options that we were able to sample both a red and a white.
Innovative and interesting combinations. The sea bass sandwich was excellent and well priced at $13, and the scallops were terrific. They always have well thought out and creative selections, and the pricing is fair, especially compared to comparable dining in other cities. This is one of Tucson's most enjoyable places to dine, Doug Levy always puts a lot of thought into his selections. The wine list (and on location wine shop) is extensive and well thought out as well.
FEAST is a restaurant I trust. The wait staff is knowledgeable ("there are 12 ingredients in our house made tonic water"). The menu always has a challenge (baby octopus). The chef/owner Doug is sincerely interested in his guests and the experience they are having. The price is reasonable for the product. It is a restaurant I trust.
Especially liked my Sunday Breakfast order of Polenta & 2 Eggs with 2 Fried Oysters and a small taste of Pork Belly. Everything went together so well! Coffee served was of very good quality - not bitter nor acidic. Only noticed one discomfort while dining: the room temps were kept too warm, especially since we faced the bright window and drinking hot coffee etc.
Another observation, on the outside of the restaurant, near the one bike rack - discarded boxes and other objects thrown about. It is not only unsightly, but lowers the overall image of the restaurant...making it Not FEAST.
The chef and owner, Doug, has a major gravitational pull on the patrons of this restaurant. He is one of the most creative chefs in Tucson and also a true citizen of our community. He makes time to personally greets the diners, he is friendly, funny, highly knowledgeable about wines and sometimes serves the wine himself. He regularly puts something new and exciting on the menu. The ambience is good, the waiters fare friendly, the service has a good pace ...it is simply one of my favorites in Tucson. I took friends and colleagues from all over the world to this restaurant and when they come back to Tucson they remember this place and want to go back again. It is not a coincidence that I often meet my friends there.
The today's special was calamari, lobster and mashed turnips. A bit tasting fishy! We could not finish it. Took leftover home. Cooked again the day after. Even more fishy. Disappointing. We trashed it. They should keep up with their image of a very good restaurant and use only fresh food. Hope it won't happen again. Probably a mistake. We will return but not for fish or seafood, because everything else is excellent.
Feast always has an interesting choice of dishes. Salad was different and very good. My wife's dinner was very good and when the owner came over and I made a comment about my dinner he went into the kitchen and created a sauce that overcame a minor problem and the dish became excellent.
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