This family-style bistro in the East Village serves rustic and seasonal American fare. The list of snacks includes several familiar appetizers, albeit with some unexpected twists: chicken skin crisps ($7) seem reminiscent of pork rinds, while the crispy deviled egg ($10) and fried rice with parmesan, shiitake mushrooms and truffle zest ($10) reference two beloved American foods. The rest of the menu is divided into garden (beets with crispy farro, caramelized goat cheese and chrysanthemums, $12), sea (octopus with celery root puree and pickled Asian pear, $17), land (duck with caramelized apple, charred scallion and beet greens, $26) and harvest (kabocha mac and cheese, $16). Groups of two or more can share several dishes with the “feast” option ($52 per person), while larger groups of eight or above can book five days in advance for the “whole hog” feast complete with suckling pig ($75 per person).
The kitchen team explores an array of ingredients, cooking techniques, and influences to create seasonal dishes for everyone to enjoy.
From conception to execution, feast combines culinary talent with sincere hospitality to allow guests to have an unforgettable dining experience.
Brunch Prix Fixe: $29
Includes a brunch beverage, shares for the table, and an entree
102 Third Ave
|Cross street:||between 12th and 13th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thurs 5p–10:30p, Fri 5p-11p; Sat 11a–3p, 5:30p-11p; Sun 11a-3p, 5:30p-10p|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Third Ave; L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq|
|Price:||Average Meal: $40 AmEx, MC, V|
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