Order Thanksgiving food by 9 pm on Sunday, November 24, and we'll have it ready for you with heating instructions on Wednesday the 27th. Then thank yourself for making it easy this year.
While Feast is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day and Independence Day, we do offer special menus of holiday items for you to take home and heat up for your friends and family. Watch here for our Thanksgiving and Christmas menus, which you can order from for pickup the day before with heating instructions so you can relax a bit and enjoy the holidays with your loved ones. If you’d like to know in advance what’s coming, please sign up for our email list and we’ll let you know the minute those menus are published.
Feast also offers special menus for food-oriented holidays throughout the year. Again, watch this space or subscribe to out newsletter to know what we’ll be serving.
Past Holiday Menu
We can think of two ways to celebrate Ferragosto: 1) go to church to mark the occasion; or 2) eat and drink the good stuff from Italy. We know which one we're doing.
We know we just celebrated our own Independence Day, but who doesn't like an excuse to eat Bouillabaisse?
Spanish food and wine to celebrate the Summer Solstice Hello, Feastlings. After a couple of years of offering French dishes and wines for Bastille Day, last year we gave Italy equal time at Ferragosto, and it made sense to ask ourselves: What about Spain? It turns out there’s a Spanish celebration of the Summer Solstice, […]
We know mom gets taken out more than dad, but hey- it's supposed to be 100 degrees on Sunday, and that takes the fun out of grilling outside. Let us do the heavy lifting and treat dad to something nice.
We know: mom is special. So we made your mom some special dishes. We’ll be serving them all day, alongside our regular brunch menu (10:00 am to 3:00 pm) and dinner menu (thereafter.) So the whole menu is available, but so are these special treats. And mom is pretty nice- we think she’ll be okay […]
Mushrooms, an expert, a couple of chefs and a man with a mission.
The only thing better than Lent being over is ending it with a lovely meal. Come join us on Easter Sunday.
Yes, St. Patrick's Day is coming this Sunday. And yes, we've been industriously corning beef for the past three weeks and change. Fingers crossed, you'll be celebrating here with us come Sunday.
Need we say more?