Feast Opened Earlier This Week in the East Village

Feast Opened Earlier This Week in the East Village

Earlier this week, Feast (102 3rd Ave) opened in the East Village. Marketed as a "concept restaurant," Feast offers two different "feasts" at dinner time: the Union Square Greenmarket feast and the nose-to-tail feast. The former changes as the seasons do, while the latter features a selection of animals. Patrons sit around communal tables made out of reclaimed wood, and the restaurant is adorned with decorations like picture frames and hay pulleys.

There's a $48 Mighty Lamb Feast, which includes potato gratin, lamb lasagna, lamb carpaccio and "shepherd's pie." There's also the $38 USQ Farmer's Market Feast, which features spaghetti squash with mushroom bolognese and roasted cauliflower with hazelnuts and grapes, and a smoked goat cheese tart with forest mushrooms.

The restaurant opens 7:30 a.m. and closes at 11 p.m. Monday through Wednesday,1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday and at 4 p.m. on Sunday. Weekend brunch could arrive next month with lunch following not too long after. 

[via Gothamist]

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