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1024 S. Alamo St. (Beauregard St.) Send to Phone
210-354-1024 | Menu
Feast is a glittery outpost in staid King William/Southtown --- and the food sets off sparks, too.

Dinner Mon.-Sat., Brunch Sun.

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Feast Restaurant Review

: You like the look or you don’t. Feast is situated on the King William/Southtown culinary corridor that is South Alamo Street: it’s all bright white walls, clear plastic chairs, crystalline light fixtures --- and loud. Though the look doesn’t quite work here, the contrast between Feast and the historic neighborhood is admittedly invigorating. Served largely in small-plate format, the food, for its part, is anything but monochrome, borrowing influences from the Eastern Mediterranean, Mexico and farmers markets everywhere. Braised “mess o’ greens” with pork hock and hot pepper vinegar reveals the chef’s steady hand with Southern classics; and Pernod-cured salmon with oak-smoked pear, served chilled, is a sophisticated play on Northern gravlax. Inventive cocktails should be sampled; the abbreviated wine list is nevertheless thoughtful and fairly priced.


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