Restaurants, Contemporary American Downtown
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The best kind of dinner party is one where you don’t have to lift a finger—and that’s what toque Chris Meenan (Veritas) is after with this rustic, family-style eatery. Designed with group dining in mind, the space is dominated by wooden farm tables, adorned with homey antique wares like a cast-iron stove, hay pulleys and candlestick phones retrofitted as light fixtures. The menu features three types of large-format meals: regional American (such as a New Orleans–themed affair featuring blackened sea scallops, smoked-duck gumbo and boiled crawfish); a seasonal, market-driven spread teeming with spaghetti squash, mushroom strudel and beet “frites”; and a nose-to-tail experience starring a rotating cast of beasts.


Venue name: Feast
Address: 102 Third Ave
New York
Cross street: between 12th and 13th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Wed 7:30am–11pm, Thu–Sat 7:30am–1am, Sun 7:30am–4pm
Transport: Subway: L to Third Ave; L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq
Price: Average feast: $40/person. AmEx, MC, V
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Meredith R

came here pretty excruciatingly hungover and had one of the best BECs of my life. The only thing better than the food is the presentation. They have the standard entrée + drink for about $20. As an added bonus, before your entrée comes out, they also provide little starters. A friend and I sat at the bar and exchanged pleasantries with the girl crush worthy bartender and immediately made plans to come back again. Solid brunch spot all around.