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
This is our favorite restaurant in Tucson. It is a chef/owner restaurant, and he often walks
around the dining room asking how the food is. Very engaging. The wines are very very well selected.The food is inventive and delicious. On the menu are items that are less expensive like sandwiches, salads, etc. so I might go that route.
I really enjoy the creativity of the Menu Doug, the Chef/Owner offers. The staff are very attentive and the wine selection is quite broad and fairly priced. What a nice touch that Doug actually comes out to greet his customers to assure the meal is good and everything went well. Keep up the good job Feast!
Feast always feels like home to me, relaxed and cozy. There were six of us this time. One of us, who's by nature a nit-picker, didn't like his coq au vin, which was more like a stew than traditional coq au vin. But 5 of us were happy, just as I expect to be next time.
here in Tucson on vacation and made reservation from home and picked a winner!
If ever back here would go again. Had a pr set meal for Valentine's Day and it was great. Also the great thing is that a person could order ala carte if they didn't want a 4-course meal.
Feast is one of those Tucson restaurant gems. Doug Levy is a master of his craft and courageously changes the menu monthly always resulting in amazing fare. My wife and I celebrated Valentine's Day at Feast this year and coordinated our choices from the prix fixe menu to share and maximize the tasting experience. Everything was amazing, but the perfectly cooked tenderloin with gorgonzola/potato pancakes and the "fruitcake" cocktail stood out.
Overpriced. Food was tough. Tables are too close we heard the entire conversation happening at the table next to us. Very distracting. We at and left cause we were not enjoying our time there. And for 100 dollar meal for 2 I expected to feel more comfortable
Second time at Feast! and loved it once again. Inventive cocktails that not only looked good but had excellent flavor. Salads were fresh and tasty and the entrees were creative and delicious. I enjoyed a pork tenderloin special that was quite spicy. The banana crumble dessert was a perfect ending.
Great find. Out of the way a bit - the signage doesn't do the restaurant justice. I had coq au vin that was lovely with crisp fresh haricots vert. Wonderfully creative take on grilled cheese and an equally imaginative fish dish with cauliflower. Nice people. Unstuffy knowledgeable help in the wine shop.
We dined here on our last night in Tucson and what a way to end our vacation. Nice space and vibe. Our server Carolina was attentive and informative on the menu. We followed her recommendations and were not sorry. The wine list at this restaurant is extensive and very good. The sommelier came over to make a suggestion and we went with his choice, a Willamette Valley Pinot Noir. It was perfect. My husband and I decided to share all the dishes we ordered to experience more of the menu. We started with the lobster and corn bread pudding, which from the table next to us we learned is one of their favorites that they come back for yearly when they're in the area. They call ahead to make sure that it will be on the menu as the chef here changes his menu monthly which keeps things fresh and new for his patrons. Regressing a little, this place was packed on a weeknight. So I find that says something about how good this place is. Back to that lobster bread pudding. Visually it was so appealing. It looked like a cupcake with a Parmesan cream sauce drizzled on top. This savory appetizer was full of flavor and we enjoyed it very much. Next we had the duck moose served with grilled slices of bread. It had a whiskey gel on top. Very tasty. We then split two entrees, the short rib with fried egg on top and white grits and the lobster with peas and croquettes. The short ribs (two large ones) were tender and the grits were creamy and good. This was a very generous entree. The lobster, however, was probably only a 3-4oz portion. Not much for the $30 we paid. It also was chewy. I spit out two bites that I just couldn't get through. The sauce was amazing and the croquettes crispy on the outside and moist in. The chef was out on the floor interacting with us and other patrons. I commend him for changing his menu monthly. Not easy to teach kitchen staff a new menu every month. I really enjoyed the atmosphere and the food. I would definitely come back when in Tucson.
The food was great. Pricey but worth it.
The service was spotty.
Apps and meals came about two minutes apart.
We had the meals taken back to keep warm.
No one came after the meal was delivered to check if everything was ok or if we needed anything.
The dessert came and after we finished eating it, the coffee arrived.
Great food, poor kitchen timing and only so so wait staff
A very nice restaurant with modern decor. The food was original and well thought out The menu is uncomplicated with fresh ingredients. There were many options to have a gluten free dinner. Reservations are strongly recommended as the place fills up quickly. There was moderate noise level, and unfortunately the tables for two are quite close to each other, that you can't help hear the conversation next to you.
Every aspect was great including the response to the tough entree that my wife had. Chef was attentive and worked the room like a real pro--clearly involved and engaged. 5 stars would have been easy to give other than the one item.
I would certainly go back.
Feast is always amazing. The ingredients are unusual, and put together to create incredible dishes.
The restaurant is crowded and loud, which its downside.
When I went, there were no GF options for dessert, which is too bad. I still remember the balsamic vinegar ice cream I had gotten there 6 years ago.
The menu is always creative and the wine list is extensive. Not only is the staff pleasant and well trained, but owner/chef Doug Levy makes the rounds of the tables to offer suggestions on wine choices and to describe the specials...which are always "special."
It is a 40 minute drive to the restaurant from our house and worth the time and effort.
Looking forward to returning again soon.
Feast is notable for its creative cuisine and its menu which changes monthly. The chef's whimsical sense of combination surprises and delights and this occasion was no exception. Something as classic as the lentil pancetta soup had an incredible depth of flavour, and the lobster paired with fritters and English peas that had a fresh out of the pod crispness was a treat. The chocolate ginger tart was a gooey bit of indulgence for chocoholics. As always, it's fun to talk to the chef!
wonderful service, is all I can say that was positive. The lamb croquettes were dry, flavorless, and tasted like sawdust. The Ahi tuna was fair, and the braised short ribs were heavy and placed atop a mountain of starch. Would not recommend, and will not return.
We were a group of 11 and had a wonderful time. Everyone enjoyed their meal. The service was very good and we enjoyed having the room to ourselves so we could be a bit noisy and not bother anyone. I am sure some of us will be back to try more of you tasty dishes.
Next time though, please no police sourounding the restaurant!
I have eaten at Feast several times and the menu is creative and international and mostly works well. Some dishes carry over from the previous month. The sommelier is especially poised and articulate about his large list and helps the selection process very much. Use of herbs and good ingredients add to the attraction. Vegetables are well handled and attractive
When my schedule gets really busy (gone from the house 6 days a week returning after sunset) we make it a point to pick one day and go on a "date night". We have always loved trying new places each week so it became our "thing" to explore all the restaurants untouched by our forks. That is until Feast.
Shortly after finding Feast we tried as we might to go other places but found with Feasts slightly changing menu each month, we could still come try something new and always be delivered an eye appealing plate of happy lovely all things good in the world deliciousness. So with that, this has become our staple. We still venture out of course but this is our night out to dinner or lunch go to.
What always set Feast apart for me, you know, other than the scrump-didily-umptios foods, was the relationships and camaraderie of the staff. Seeing the way exec. chef and Owner Doug interacts with his staff (who are fun and also tease each other and laugh) makes my tummy warm... or maybe that was the soup.
Now to the food...mmm... It is fresh, often local, with some ingredients grown in feats very own garden. The menu switches out old for new each month. The dessert menu uncludes homemade ice cream (our favorite of all time has been the basil) with flavors that are often unexpected yet very good. Cocktails ? The Bohemian Bicycle is delish and David the bartender is the smiling face I go for :) Not to mention great wine and whiskey selection! Can't forget my other loves! They do weekly wine tastings which include fun bites to eat with exciting themes like "the wines you are too scared to order". Doug tends to steer clear of the typical thus allowing patrons to broaden their experiences.
Sorry for the novel but if any place deserves to be talked about, it's feast.
The obligatory TLDR: one of THE BEST of Tucson. Great Service, ridiculously good food, fantastic staff :)YOU MUST try.
What a find in Tucson! The food was imaginative and well presented. The wine service was exemplary and the wait staff most gracious and attentive. Although the wine list was interesting and extensive, it was quite confusing, having varietals and names spread all over the place, with names organised with names and varietals with varietals etc., you see what I mean!
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