Feast Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 314 E Howard Ave

    Decatur, GA 30030

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  • 404-377-2000

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Agreeing to host a progressive dinner tour is stepping up to a high bar. BICYCLE TOURS OF ATLANTA brought in 11 hungry cyclists to sample the best FEAST had to offer.

The chef and staff stepped up to the challenge and surpassed our greatest expectations. Through a special agreement for this progressive dinner tour our guests were served with a sampling of 5 house specialties.

Each was a delight to behold and wonder to the taste buds. The decor is cozy and inviting, FEAST is a place to linger through a great meal.

The service was top notch, they got us seated efficiently, fed us in a timely manner and treated us really well.

FEAST will be on our partner list for any future dinner tours in Decatur.

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★★★★★

Agreeing to host a progressive dinner tour is stepping up to a high bar. BICYCLE TOURS OF ATLANTA brought in 11 hungry cyclists to sample the best FEAST had to offer.

The chef and staff stepped up to the challenge and surpassed our greatest expectations. Through a special agreement for this progressive dinner tour our guests were served with a sampling of 5 house specialties.

Each was a delight to behold and wonder to the taste buds. The decor is cozy and inviting, FEAST is a place to linger through a great meal.

The service was top notch, they got us seated efficiently, fed us in a timely manner and treated us really well.

FEAST will be on our partner list for any future dinner tours in Decatur.

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Most romantic restaurant! My husband and I spend all our wedding anniversaries at Feast. We love to sit at the bar in the winter, opposite the open pizza oven, eating great food and drinking wine
Lovely warm atmosphere. Really nice, friendly staff.

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★★★★★

Most romantic restaurant! My husband and I spend all our wedding anniversaries at Feast. We love to sit at the bar in the winter, opposite the open pizza oven, eating great food and drinking wine
Lovely warm atmosphere. Really nice, friendly staff.

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Great brunch, good fish and protein's in general. The decor is very relaxed and the staff is always very kind. Great place to take friends or family in town for the first time.

4
★★★★☆

Great brunch, good fish and protein's in general. The decor is very relaxed and the staff is always very kind. Great place to take friends or family in town for the first time.

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Fun restaurant with a great menu for dinner. Extensive wine list that isn't too too expensive. We've also been there for brunch. The make great frittatas for brunch!

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Fun restaurant with a great menu for dinner. Extensive wine list that isn't too too expensive. We've also been there for brunch. The make great frittatas for brunch!

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Feast is a great Decatur restaurant with an extensive wine selection. The wait staff not only understand customer service, but they also know a lot about the food and wine they serve.

I've had dinner there many times and had a chance to try a lot of their different offerings. You likely won't be disappointed with any offered, but some of my favorites include the coriander crusted sea scallops and their fresh fish selection of the day.

They do tend to get crowed particularly on Friday and Saturday evenings so its probably smart to make a reservation.

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★★★★☆

Feast is a great Decatur restaurant with an extensive wine selection. The wait staff not only understand customer service, but they also know a lot about the food and wine they serve.

I've had dinner there many times and had a chance to try a lot of their different offerings. You likely won't be disappointed with any offered, but some of my favorites include the coriander crusted sea scallops and their fresh fish selection of the day.

They do tend to get crowed particularly on Friday and Saturday evenings so its probably smart to make a reservation.

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Had brunch for the first time at Feast today and it was glorious! The dish with the chorizo and eggs was amazing and the benedict that my husband ordered was unique and full of flavor. We decided to try out the all you can drink bloody marys and they are to die for!! We will be back next Sunday for sure!!

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★★★★☆

Had brunch for the first time at Feast today and it was glorious! The dish with the chorizo and eggs was amazing and the benedict that my husband ordered was unique and full of flavor. We decided to try out the all you can drink bloody marys and they are to die for!! We will be back next Sunday for sure!!

Pros: all you can drink bloody marys!

Cons: parking, no buscuits!

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We love to go to this quaint little restarant in Decatur, the food is always great and the atmosphere is cozy. It's always busy and the staff is super friendly. I sat at the bar and had drinks and desserts, the dessert sampler is super yummy! Even if you don't eat there i suggest coming for dessert, the lime pound cake was delicious!

2
★★★★☆

We love to go to this quaint little restarant in Decatur, the food is always great and the atmosphere is cozy. It's always busy and the staff is super friendly. I sat at the bar and had drinks and desserts, the dessert sampler is super yummy! Even if you don't eat there i suggest coming for dessert, the lime pound cake was delicious!

Pros: desserts

Cons: parking

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I recently attended a shower for a friend at Feast and while we had a wonderful time and the server tried her best, I had the feeling that Feast wasn't prepared to serve a large group. The food was good, not what you would expect at this type of event, service was decent but disorganized. The restaurant was a bit busy and they seemed to be short staffed. The plates were mixed matched and there were no utensils for cutting our cake. The flowers looked cheap and the hostess was pushy. Again, we had a nice time but I think it was because of the company we were in and not the reataurant!. I would think twice about having my shower there.

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★★★★★

I recently attended a shower for a friend at Feast and while we had a wonderful time and the server tried her best, I had the feeling that Feast wasn't prepared to serve a large group. The food was good, not what you would expect at this type of event, service was decent but disorganized. The restaurant was a bit busy and they seemed to be short staffed. The plates were mixed matched and there were no utensils for cutting our cake. The flowers looked cheap and the hostess was pushy. Again, we had a nice time but I think it was because of the company we were in and not the reataurant!. I would think twice about having my shower there.

Pros: large space, attentive service, reasonable prices

Cons: inexperience with large parties

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I'm new to the area and was in search of a place to make new friends, grab a bite to eat and seek shelter from the cold rainy night. I found all of that at Feast! The steak pizza was original and fantastic, beer list has a unique selection and the bartender is warm and hospitable. It's hard to find a true neighborhood restaurant anymore and I think that I have found a true gem. Ate there for the third time this weekend and I have yet to be dissappointed. I look forward to dining there again and hope you do the same!

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★★★★★

I'm new to the area and was in search of a place to make new friends, grab a bite to eat and seek shelter from the cold rainy night. I found all of that at Feast! The steak pizza was original and fantastic, beer list has a unique selection and the bartender is warm and hospitable. It's hard to find a true neighborhood restaurant anymore and I think that I have found a true gem. Ate there for the third time this weekend and I have yet to be dissappointed. I look forward to dining there again and hope you do the same!

Pros: food, friendly service, great pizza

Cons: parking, noisy kids

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Ate at Feast for the first time this past Friday night. Had such a memorable time. Our server (Greg) was top notch! He was so friendly and knowledgable. The calamari was the best we've had in Decatur. My husband had the steak special , which was cooked perfectly and I had the salmon, cooked on a cedar plank. FANTASTIC! For dessert we shared a bread pudding, OUT OF THIS WORLD! The wine suggestions were perfect. We will be eating at Feast again and again!

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★★★★☆

Ate at Feast for the first time this past Friday night. Had such a memorable time. Our server (Greg) was top notch! He was so friendly and knowledgable. The calamari was the best we've had in Decatur. My husband had the steak special , which was cooked perfectly and I had the salmon, cooked on a cedar plank. FANTASTIC! For dessert we shared a bread pudding, OUT OF THIS WORLD! The wine suggestions were perfect. We will be eating at Feast again and again!

Pros: Service, food, ambience

Cons: none!

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We hope that the popularity of Depeaux across the street won't harm Feast--we're too fond of it. The pizzas are excellent and we've also enjoyed the pastas and salads.

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★★★★☆

We hope that the popularity of Depeaux across the street won't harm Feast--we're too fond of it. The pizzas are excellent and we've also enjoyed the pastas and salads.

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I go here regularly..in winter I sit in front of the oven at the bar; in summer in the backyard. The wines are very reasonably priced.20 under $20...the best white is the Chardonnay/viognier mix. The feast small salad is always good...it has slices of pear, pecans, gorgonzola. Currently my favorite entree is the scallops with couscous. The planked salmon, cooked well-done for me, is always reliable and healthy. I do not eat steak so I cannot respond to the steak criticisms. The menu changes with the seasons. I have not really liked the lobster risotto. I have liked the pasta dishes. People rave over the roasted chicken but I eat so much chicken at home, that I cannot bring myself to order it....I usually do not have room for dessert but they do not do too much with the desserts..I have had all of them over time..I think the bread pudding is about the best one but this is not their strong suit. They are also great to me...I do not go on the weekend but do go on thursday nights when it is not too crowded. My service has been good but sometimes they will be slammed...a reliable friendly place to eat.

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★★★★★

I go here regularly..in winter I sit in front of the oven at the bar; in summer in the backyard. The wines are very reasonably priced.20 under $20...the best white is the Chardonnay/viognier mix. The feast small salad is always good...it has slices of pear, pecans, gorgonzola. Currently my favorite entree is the scallops with couscous. The planked salmon, cooked well-done for me, is always reliable and healthy. I do not eat steak so I cannot respond to the steak criticisms. The menu changes with the seasons. I have not really liked the lobster risotto. I have liked the pasta dishes. People rave over the roasted chicken but I eat so much chicken at home, that I cannot bring myself to order it....I usually do not have room for dessert but they do not do too much with the desserts..I have had all of them over time..I think the bread pudding is about the best one but this is not their strong suit. They are also great to me...I do not go on the weekend but do go on thursday nights when it is not too crowded. My service has been good but sometimes they will be slammed...a reliable friendly place to eat.

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This was our first time eating here, but it came highly recommended from a friend. The ambience is very nice and being a nice evening we chose to eat on the back terrace. After reading some of the reviews I was concerned about the service, however we had a great very attentive server. We did go at a non-peak time ( 5:30 on a Friday) and the restaurant was not crowded, so that may have contributed to the good service and prompt delivery of food. We had the blue crab and artichoke appitizer with pita chip, which was very good. We also had the olive mix, good but overpriced given the number of olives you get. I had the fish specical which was great and my husband had to ribeye- good but a little overcooked. Desserts looked good but we were too full. As others mentioned , they do have a nice selection of resonably priced wines.
I would definately go back, howver at almost 30.00 for a piece of steak I think there are better places. I wouls stick with the seafood entrees.

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★★★★☆

This was our first time eating here, but it came highly recommended from a friend. The ambience is very nice and being a nice evening we chose to eat on the back terrace. After reading some of the reviews I was concerned about the service, however we had a great very attentive server. We did go at a non-peak time ( 5:30 on a Friday) and the restaurant was not crowded, so that may have contributed to the good service and prompt delivery of food. We had the blue crab and artichoke appitizer with pita chip, which was very good. We also had the olive mix, good but overpriced given the number of olives you get. I had the fish specical which was great and my husband had to ribeye- good but a little overcooked. Desserts looked good but we were too full. As others mentioned , they do have a nice selection of resonably priced wines.
I would definately go back, howver at almost 30.00 for a piece of steak I think there are better places. I wouls stick with the seafood entrees.

Pros: wine list prices, ambiance, service, valet parking

Cons: food quality not consistent,

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I have eaten here dozens of times and will continue to go back. I have recommended it to many people! So far - every time I have been I have had a great meal. There are a few things on the menu that are just fantastic and I will go out of my way to get them - the mushroom chips, for instance. The pizzas are light and flavorful with a wonderful chewy/crispy crust and have just the right amount of toppings. I also loved the squash ravoli special. I have to agree that service is spotty at best - we have had a couple of very good attentive/frendly/speedy ones, and then a couple that acted like they were doing us a favor by waiting on us. Believe me - if I could just go and get it myself, I would have! One saturday brunch, there was almost no one there, but it took 15 minutes to get our drinks (water, coke) and 30 to 40 minutes to get our lunch! (pizza, sandwich)! good thing my friend and I had a leisurely day planned and wanted time to catch up anyway....still though, the food was worth waiting for if you have the time. I think the prices are more than fair as well! you can pay a LOT more and get a LOT less (quality and quantity) in other Atlanta reataurants!

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★★★★★

I have eaten here dozens of times and will continue to go back. I have recommended it to many people! So far - every time I have been I have had a great meal. There are a few things on the menu that are just fantastic and I will go out of my way to get them - the mushroom chips, for instance. The pizzas are light and flavorful with a wonderful chewy/crispy crust and have just the right amount of toppings. I also loved the squash ravoli special. I have to agree that service is spotty at best - we have had a couple of very good attentive/frendly/speedy ones, and then a couple that acted like they were doing us a favor by waiting on us. Believe me - if I could just go and get it myself, I would have! One saturday brunch, there was almost no one there, but it took 15 minutes to get our drinks (water, coke) and 30 to 40 minutes to get our lunch! (pizza, sandwich)! good thing my friend and I had a leisurely day planned and wanted time to catch up anyway....still though, the food was worth waiting for if you have the time. I think the prices are more than fair as well! you can pay a LOT more and get a LOT less (quality and quantity) in other Atlanta reataurants!

Pros: great food, good value for $

Cons: spotty service

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Rare is the occasion when I can be lured away from the soft pleasures of nestling in front of "Grey's Anatomy" with my miniature Chow, Mr. Beeswax. But when visited by an old friend braying for delicious eats, time then to change out of my kimono and explore the streets of Decatur. Initially, the plan was to sample The Depaux, a converted train station now steeped in Cajun cuisine and poor spelling. A cursory glance of their menu, however, warned that even the tiniest meal would lead to gastreax surgery. They fry everything! Any sufferer of a salty bloodstream mustn't consume a meal that might lead to oneself being placed in the doggie bag!

Across the street sat a jewel beckoning in burnt sienna. I'd long heard of Feast, but hadn't made the trek. Why, oh why did I wait? Inside, a cozy nook of exposed brick and iron, flickering lights, and the largest wood burning oven this side of Hansel and Gretel greeted us. Seated in a raised portion of the restaurant, we gazed at the parade of handsome plates strutting past. Our server, lanky with a luscious beard, wittily steered us toward the finer points of the menu. When you go, start with the Blue Crab and Artichoke Dip. Each creamy bite delivered wave upon wave of narcotic bliss. It handily passed my patented "finger test," in that any dish that compels me to finger its remaining treasure ensures a return engagement.

After a well-timed break, the main courses arrived and, my word, they delivered. The Scallops were a trio of succulent orbs braised in bacon, a sweet demi-glace, and finished (seemingly) in an angel's tears. Tres tasty! And my friend's Ribeye was a slab of art, cooked to perfection and accompanied by a sublime mix of potatoes and mushrooms demanding acclaim. A tart miracle - the Key Lime Pound Cake - punctuated the best dinner I've had since the late nineties. Thank you Feast for your culinary skill and warmth. You can always Tivo "Grey's Anatomy." You can't Tivo the perfect meal (not yet, anyway).

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★★★★★

Rare is the occasion when I can be lured away from the soft pleasures of nestling in front of "Grey's Anatomy" with my miniature Chow, Mr. Beeswax. But when visited by an old friend braying for delicious eats, time then to change out of my kimono and explore the streets of Decatur. Initially, the plan was to sample The Depaux, a converted train station now steeped in Cajun cuisine and poor spelling. A cursory glance of their menu, however, warned that even the tiniest meal would lead to gastreax surgery. They fry everything! Any sufferer of a salty bloodstream mustn't consume a meal that might lead to oneself being placed in the doggie bag!

Across the street sat a jewel beckoning in burnt sienna. I'd long heard of Feast, but hadn't made the trek. Why, oh why did I wait? Inside, a cozy nook of exposed brick and iron, flickering lights, and the largest wood burning oven this side of Hansel and Gretel greeted us. Seated in a raised portion of the restaurant, we gazed at the parade of handsome plates strutting past. Our server, lanky with a luscious beard, wittily steered us toward the finer points of the menu. When you go, start with the Blue Crab and Artichoke Dip. Each creamy bite delivered wave upon wave of narcotic bliss. It handily passed my patented "finger test," in that any dish that compels me to finger its remaining treasure ensures a return engagement.

After a well-timed break, the main courses arrived and, my word, they delivered. The Scallops were a trio of succulent orbs braised in bacon, a sweet demi-glace, and finished (seemingly) in an angel's tears. Tres tasty! And my friend's Ribeye was a slab of art, cooked to perfection and accompanied by a sublime mix of potatoes and mushrooms demanding acclaim. A tart miracle - the Key Lime Pound Cake - punctuated the best dinner I've had since the late nineties. Thank you Feast for your culinary skill and warmth. You can always Tivo "Grey's Anatomy." You can't Tivo the perfect meal (not yet, anyway).

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I wouldn't go back. Just acceptable slow untrained service. VERY GREASY STEAK. Atmosphere is nice. After having our appetizers just a minute a food runner tried to give us someone else's dinners. Even if the dinners were ours, it was very unprofessional of her to try to give us meals when we had just started our appetizers. She walked away asking other tables if the food was theirs.

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★★☆☆☆

I wouldn't go back. Just acceptable slow untrained service. VERY GREASY STEAK. Atmosphere is nice. After having our appetizers just a minute a food runner tried to give us someone else's dinners. Even if the dinners were ours, it was very unprofessional of her to try to give us meals when we had just started our appetizers. She walked away asking other tables if the food was theirs.

Pros: atmosphere

Cons: bad food, bad service

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Going to a restaurant can be a hit-or-miss affair, and going back to a great place where you experienced awesome service and sumptuous food is even more dangerous: if it doesn?t live up to the bar set by the previous visit, both the new meal and old experience get tainted. We went back anyway. My wife and I so enjoyed our visit last year that we decided to roll the dice again and see if we could get it duplicated.

We arrived on Thursday night and were greeted by a warm and friendly hostess- her first words? ?Happy Anniversary, guys.? ? and it was genuine. We got a table by the window and our server (Jenn) was superb. Great recommendations, and well-paced service. When I needed something, she was there. Mission accomplished, and she left my wife and I enjoy our meal together. The meal was great- appetizers, salads and entrees all were interesting, well executed and super-enjoyable. Having a varied wine list at $5.95 a glass was really cool, too.

What can I say? I should be on this place?s payroll. I know where I?ll be bringing our next out-of-town guests. Thanks for making our night great!

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★★★★★

Going to a restaurant can be a hit-or-miss affair, and going back to a great place where you experienced awesome service and sumptuous food is even more dangerous: if it doesn?t live up to the bar set by the previous visit, both the new meal and old experience get tainted. We went back anyway. My wife and I so enjoyed our visit last year that we decided to roll the dice again and see if we could get it duplicated.

We arrived on Thursday night and were greeted by a warm and friendly hostess- her first words? ?Happy Anniversary, guys.? ? and it was genuine. We got a table by the window and our server (Jenn) was superb. Great recommendations, and well-paced service. When I needed something, she was there. Mission accomplished, and she left my wife and I enjoy our meal together. The meal was great- appetizers, salads and entrees all were interesting, well executed and super-enjoyable. Having a varied wine list at $5.95 a glass was really cool, too.

What can I say? I should be on this place?s payroll. I know where I?ll be bringing our next out-of-town guests. Thanks for making our night great!

Pros: Stellar Service, Great Food, Warm Ambiance- Genuine welcome feeling...

Cons: Nah.

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From the moment we walked into the door, rudeness and lack of service. After being barked that our table was not ready by the hostess, we were seated, and the place is lovely. Our server never once recomended anything, and it took forever to place an order. When the salads came out, I was given the wrong salad, and had to wait to have mine replaced, and then the starter we ordered never made it to the table. Our entrees were good, but generic, and we were offered free dessert by the manager because of the salad and starters probelm. My boyfriends steak was undercooked, and by the time our server made it back to the table to check, it was half cold and half eaten. Once we received our free desserts, The check took forever to arrive, and then after waiting 15 minutes to have her run our card, I took the bill to the bar. The manager half heartedly appoligized on our way out. I would rather eat somewhere else for the price!!

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★☆☆☆☆

From the moment we walked into the door, rudeness and lack of service. After being barked that our table was not ready by the hostess, we were seated, and the place is lovely. Our server never once recomended anything, and it took forever to place an order. When the salads came out, I was given the wrong salad, and had to wait to have mine replaced, and then the starter we ordered never made it to the table. Our entrees were good, but generic, and we were offered free dessert by the manager because of the salad and starters probelm. My boyfriends steak was undercooked, and by the time our server made it back to the table to check, it was half cold and half eaten. Once we received our free desserts, The check took forever to arrive, and then after waiting 15 minutes to have her run our card, I took the bill to the bar. The manager half heartedly appoligized on our way out. I would rather eat somewhere else for the price!!

Pros: Ambience, nice patio

Cons: Service, average food

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I have never eaten at this restaurant before and was invited tonight by my inlaws who eat there often. After a fabulous evening I returned home and was so delighted in my experience that I looked the restaurant up online. I was guided to citysearch and dissappointed to see another review oviously written tonight by someone who had the exact opposite experience as us. We arrived at 8:30 pm and the building was filled to the gills! We were seated promptly by a very friendly southern belle and greeted quickly by a beautiful young blonde server who was glowing with a smile and warm friendly attitude throughout our meal. We ordered a very good inexpensive bottle of wine and appetizers to share which came out slowly, but understandably so as the restaurant was so busy. We took this time to truely enjoy the company at our table. I would highly recommend the prosciutto wrapped figs and antipasto plate! Our entree's were delivered within reasonable time and absolutely delicious! Try the scallops, bistro steak with chimmichurri and mashed potatoes as good as your mama's!!! My husband had the filet mignon special which was out of this world! The most tender, perfectly cooked peice of beef we have had outside of Texas! Our server was quick to suggest another bottle of wine to pair with our entree's and she definitely knew what she was talking about. Desserts were so so, the key lime pound cake being our fav on the dessert sampler platter. I am so glad we were invited to such a special hidden treasure of a restaurant. We had a wonderful time and will return again and again.

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★★★★★

I have never eaten at this restaurant before and was invited tonight by my inlaws who eat there often. After a fabulous evening I returned home and was so delighted in my experience that I looked the restaurant up online. I was guided to citysearch and dissappointed to see another review oviously written tonight by someone who had the exact opposite experience as us. We arrived at 8:30 pm and the building was filled to the gills! We were seated promptly by a very friendly southern belle and greeted quickly by a beautiful young blonde server who was glowing with a smile and warm friendly attitude throughout our meal. We ordered a very good inexpensive bottle of wine and appetizers to share which came out slowly, but understandably so as the restaurant was so busy. We took this time to truely enjoy the company at our table. I would highly recommend the prosciutto wrapped figs and antipasto plate! Our entree's were delivered within reasonable time and absolutely delicious! Try the scallops, bistro steak with chimmichurri and mashed potatoes as good as your mama's!!! My husband had the filet mignon special which was out of this world! The most tender, perfectly cooked peice of beef we have had outside of Texas! Our server was quick to suggest another bottle of wine to pair with our entree's and she definitely knew what she was talking about. Desserts were so so, the key lime pound cake being our fav on the dessert sampler platter. I am so glad we were invited to such a special hidden treasure of a restaurant. We had a wonderful time and will return again and again.

Pros: very romantic, great deals on wine, outstanding food, valet, beautiful patio

Cons: noisy children, poor desserts

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First of all, I'm not an employee or owner. Just a foodie that's looking for the next good meal. And we found one here. We were going across the street to a new place in the old train depot, but they were not open. Looked across the street, and saw this glow. And smiling faces sitting in the window. Good sign. No reservations, and the hostess was too nice. Perfect table in the middle of the room. Loved the glow of the woodburning oven. We started with an order of the crispy Calamari, with fried onions, lemon, jalapenos, and roasted poblano aioli. That went so fast with a great bottle of wine, under $20.00. On to the very fresh Caparese Salad of tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, basil, and evvo/balsamic. Great with the little corn muffins, hot from the oven. Our server was on his game, and his suggestions were perfect. A Vegetable Ravioli with fire roasted tomato puree, sauteed shrimp, and grilled ratatouille. Excellent combination. And we also split a Garlic, Lemon & Herb Roasted Half Chicken, that was very moist. This is one Feast of a joint, we could stumble onto anytime.

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★★★★★

First of all, I'm not an employee or owner. Just a foodie that's looking for the next good meal. And we found one here. We were going across the street to a new place in the old train depot, but they were not open. Looked across the street, and saw this glow. And smiling faces sitting in the window. Good sign. No reservations, and the hostess was too nice. Perfect table in the middle of the room. Loved the glow of the woodburning oven. We started with an order of the crispy Calamari, with fried onions, lemon, jalapenos, and roasted poblano aioli. That went so fast with a great bottle of wine, under $20.00. On to the very fresh Caparese Salad of tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, basil, and evvo/balsamic. Great with the little corn muffins, hot from the oven. Our server was on his game, and his suggestions were perfect. A Vegetable Ravioli with fire roasted tomato puree, sauteed shrimp, and grilled ratatouille. Excellent combination. And we also split a Garlic, Lemon & Herb Roasted Half Chicken, that was very moist. This is one Feast of a joint, we could stumble onto anytime.

Pros: Warm & Romantic Atmosphere, Creative Dishes, Good Prices!

Cons: Could Eat Here Everynight!

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We loved it! The waitstaff was friendly, management was friendly, and the ambiance is awesome. The look of the restaurant itself made me want to try it out. The food was delicious! And in such an area where parking is now a fight, they have valet parking. We sailed in, had a fun dinner, and sailed right back out. Fun night!

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★★★★★

We loved it! The waitstaff was friendly, management was friendly, and the ambiance is awesome. The look of the restaurant itself made me want to try it out. The food was delicious! And in such an area where parking is now a fight, they have valet parking. We sailed in, had a fun dinner, and sailed right back out. Fun night!

Pros: Food, Service, Valet Parking, Patio

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Based on some of the other reviews I was hesitant to try Feast. However, a friend and I decided to give it our own review because we are always looking for places to have a nice dinner and relax in the Decatur area.
I'm glad we tried it. The service was wonderful. We were able to enjoy a leisurely meal without feeling rushed but at the same time the waitstaff was attentive. The food was incredible as well. The Caprese salad, the salmon cakes and the mushroom risotto just to name a few. Oh and the asparagus, which is not one of my favorite vegetables, was perfect.
Forget the bad reviews listed here. Give Feast a try

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★★★★★

Based on some of the other reviews I was hesitant to try Feast. However, a friend and I decided to give it our own review because we are always looking for places to have a nice dinner and relax in the Decatur area.
I'm glad we tried it. The service was wonderful. We were able to enjoy a leisurely meal without feeling rushed but at the same time the waitstaff was attentive. The food was incredible as well. The Caprese salad, the salmon cakes and the mushroom risotto just to name a few. Oh and the asparagus, which is not one of my favorite vegetables, was perfect.
Forget the bad reviews listed here. Give Feast a try

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Feast is by far the best restaurant in Decatur. They offer a beautiful, intimate setting both indoors and outdoors. The menu selection has a good range and they offer unique dishes, but do not try too hard to make them "different". Specials are usually fantastic - although I highly recommend the pizza, especially the Margherita, it's very authentic. The wine selection is spot on as well - the 20 bottles for $20 has a nice variety that can please almost everyone. Try the Albarino! And don't forget about brunch on Sundays - fantastic! The staff is the nicest in town and are always very accomodating and good with recommendations. I have never found them to be pushy. My only complaint is that the food is not always perfectly consistent. I have run into a problem with items being overcooked or undercooked on occasion. A little quality control in that area would make Feast the perfect dining selection for any occasion.

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★★★★★

Feast is by far the best restaurant in Decatur. They offer a beautiful, intimate setting both indoors and outdoors. The menu selection has a good range and they offer unique dishes, but do not try too hard to make them "different". Specials are usually fantastic - although I highly recommend the pizza, especially the Margherita, it's very authentic. The wine selection is spot on as well - the 20 bottles for $20 has a nice variety that can please almost everyone. Try the Albarino! And don't forget about brunch on Sundays - fantastic! The staff is the nicest in town and are always very accomodating and good with recommendations. I have never found them to be pushy. My only complaint is that the food is not always perfectly consistent. I have run into a problem with items being overcooked or undercooked on occasion. A little quality control in that area would make Feast the perfect dining selection for any occasion.

Pros: Ambience and service

Cons: Minor inconsistencies with food preparation/presentation

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We sat at the bar and the bartender was very nice. We received our drink order quickly and were pleased with what we received. The wine was good for the price and my boyfriend's martini was exactly as he ordered. We started our meal with an order of olives and the mushroom chips. The mushroom chips with gorgonzola dip were very good except our order consisted of A LOT of broken little pieces and not many full mushroom slices. If there were more slices it would have been fantastic. The olives were nothing special. My boyfriend's restaurant gets the same olive mix but they doctor them up with additional spices and lemon zest and they are delciious. These were served as is and were pretty boring.
We ordered our entrees after we finished the appetizers and it took a very long time for them to come out. My boyfriend ordered the fish special which I thought was pretty good but nothing to write home about. I ordered the Ahi Tuna with provencal sauce and I took about 2 bites and left it. The provencal sauce was no sauce at all, it was chunks of tomatoes, very RAW onions and capers. It wasn't marinated and there was no base so it left the tuna very dry. As everyone else has said, the space is beautiful but so are a lot of other places in Atlanta. Long story short - with all the competition in this city, you need to do better than that to stay in the game.

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★★★☆☆

We sat at the bar and the bartender was very nice. We received our drink order quickly and were pleased with what we received. The wine was good for the price and my boyfriend's martini was exactly as he ordered. We started our meal with an order of olives and the mushroom chips. The mushroom chips with gorgonzola dip were very good except our order consisted of A LOT of broken little pieces and not many full mushroom slices. If there were more slices it would have been fantastic. The olives were nothing special. My boyfriend's restaurant gets the same olive mix but they doctor them up with additional spices and lemon zest and they are delciious. These were served as is and were pretty boring.
We ordered our entrees after we finished the appetizers and it took a very long time for them to come out. My boyfriend ordered the fish special which I thought was pretty good but nothing to write home about. I ordered the Ahi Tuna with provencal sauce and I took about 2 bites and left it. The provencal sauce was no sauce at all, it was chunks of tomatoes, very RAW onions and capers. It wasn't marinated and there was no base so it left the tuna very dry. As everyone else has said, the space is beautiful but so are a lot of other places in Atlanta. Long story short - with all the competition in this city, you need to do better than that to stay in the game.

Pros: Very cool space

Cons: Food is mediocre at best

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Don't waste your time, gas or money. Basically a "cliche" - Mediterranean? Ha, only to those who have never traveled outside of Decatur. Food was greasy, salty and nothing to write home about. Staff was pretentious (why, when she was waiting on us, I have no idea), rude, unattentive and lacking in personality, grace or cheerfulness. Even the lady, who "checked" on us mid-meal, (we presume she is the owner, manager or head honcho-ette in some capacity), had the demeanor or a stuffed prune.

More than likely, the favorable reviews are by friends & family. Other than the setting, decorations & ambience, there is nothing to warrant a trip to this establishment.

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★★★☆☆

Don't waste your time, gas or money. Basically a "cliche" - Mediterranean? Ha, only to those who have never traveled outside of Decatur. Food was greasy, salty and nothing to write home about. Staff was pretentious (why, when she was waiting on us, I have no idea), rude, unattentive and lacking in personality, grace or cheerfulness. Even the lady, who "checked" on us mid-meal, (we presume she is the owner, manager or head honcho-ette in some capacity), had the demeanor or a stuffed prune.

More than likely, the favorable reviews are by friends & family. Other than the setting, decorations & ambience, there is nothing to warrant a trip to this establishment.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: Poor food quality

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I've eaten at Feast 3 times now and can't wait to go back. Every experience has been better than the last. My last time was for my birthday and we had a party of 18. Our waitress was flawless. She kept everything straight and made our evening very pleasant. The food was wonderful as usual. The menu has a nice variety. There is a nice wine list with several selections in the $20.00 range. I think there is something there for everyone. The atmosphere is very relaxing. Parking is a little difficult but the experience is well worth the effort. So if you are looking for a very pleasant evening with some friends and good food and wine, I highly recommend this restaurant.

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★★★★★

I've eaten at Feast 3 times now and can't wait to go back. Every experience has been better than the last. My last time was for my birthday and we had a party of 18. Our waitress was flawless. She kept everything straight and made our evening very pleasant. The food was wonderful as usual. The menu has a nice variety. There is a nice wine list with several selections in the $20.00 range. I think there is something there for everyone. The atmosphere is very relaxing. Parking is a little difficult but the experience is well worth the effort. So if you are looking for a very pleasant evening with some friends and good food and wine, I highly recommend this restaurant.

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We had a waitress who told us what to order and when we did not choose her selection, she got mad at us... saying "why didn't you pick my choice, you don't believe me that it's good". The waitress seemed to have a negative comment for everything, including the wine sampling selection, which she told us will give us gas. The "deals" that Feast offers seem to have a lot of loopholes. If you are looking for a deal at Feast, expect to be talked out of it. The food was good, but I felt like the service ruined my meal.

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★★☆☆☆

We had a waitress who told us what to order and when we did not choose her selection, she got mad at us... saying "why didn't you pick my choice, you don't believe me that it's good". The waitress seemed to have a negative comment for everything, including the wine sampling selection, which she told us will give us gas. The "deals" that Feast offers seem to have a lot of loopholes. If you are looking for a deal at Feast, expect to be talked out of it. The food was good, but I felt like the service ruined my meal.

Cons: Service, Noisy

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My husband had come here for lunch about a month ago and raved about it. Sorry to say dinner wasn't all that great. When we were ready to order, my husband ordered the chicken and the server actually said the chicken was dry and he shouldn't order it. She then pushed him to order the chicken 'special' wrapped in foil (that turned out to be just as dry as the other would have been). I ordered scallops and I should have known better than to order seafood on a Sunday. They were tough and rubbery. The polenta was lumpy and had a skin on it. It appeared as though my dish was prepared first and then set under the heat lamps until my husband's chicken was done. We then heard the server tell a newly seated table specifically NOT to order the dishes we got and recommended other entrees. I sent my dish back half uneaten and my husband left the charred remains of his over-glorified hobo pack. We declined dessert. I am so tired of paying too much money for bad food and bad service. If you're going to charge that much, at least spend some time training your staff (including the chef!).

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★★☆☆☆

My husband had come here for lunch about a month ago and raved about it. Sorry to say dinner wasn't all that great. When we were ready to order, my husband ordered the chicken and the server actually said the chicken was dry and he shouldn't order it. She then pushed him to order the chicken 'special' wrapped in foil (that turned out to be just as dry as the other would have been). I ordered scallops and I should have known better than to order seafood on a Sunday. They were tough and rubbery. The polenta was lumpy and had a skin on it. It appeared as though my dish was prepared first and then set under the heat lamps until my husband's chicken was done. We then heard the server tell a newly seated table specifically NOT to order the dishes we got and recommended other entrees. I sent my dish back half uneaten and my husband left the charred remains of his over-glorified hobo pack. We declined dessert. I am so tired of paying too much money for bad food and bad service. If you're going to charge that much, at least spend some time training your staff (including the chef!).

Pros: ambience was nice

Cons: service bad. food worse.

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I really love this place, but there are some things that need to be fixed! The food was great, atmosphere excellent.....but there is just a problem with the staff here. I have been to Feast twice. The first time I went, we had a very nice meal, but the server was rude. We were "encouraged" /pressured to order much more expensive wine, and when we said that we would just stick with our original choice were made to feel guilty and uncouth. She kept telling us "You won't like that" when we would order things- to the point of making us uncomfortable.....NOT acceptable! It is fine to give opinions, but she pushed it way too far....and we never asked for her opinion in the first place. She was very short with us, and certainly did not make a good impression.

The second time, I was VERY disappointed when the meal started out by getting the SAME EXACT SPEECH about the wine choice from a different server!! It starts with "Do you really like cabernets?" or "Do you really like pinot?"..." If so, then you won't like this"...followed by a very long explanation as to why this other wine is so far superior to your choice. You are so pressured to order different wines that you are almost backed into a corner and embarrased to stick with your first choice. I am assuming that the wait staff has been coached to do this, and if that is the case it needs to stop! Take the 20 for 20 off the menu if it causes this much of a problem! This server was very nice and attentive, but the wine issue really made me uncomfortable, and made me doubt this place.

I really enjoyed this restaurant and want to continue to suggest it to friends, but something has to be done about the behavior of the staff.

2
★★★★☆

I really love this place, but there are some things that need to be fixed! The food was great, atmosphere excellent.....but there is just a problem with the staff here. I have been to Feast twice. The first time I went, we had a very nice meal, but the server was rude. We were "encouraged" /pressured to order much more expensive wine, and when we said that we would just stick with our original choice were made to feel guilty and uncouth. She kept telling us "You won't like that" when we would order things- to the point of making us uncomfortable.....NOT acceptable! It is fine to give opinions, but she pushed it way too far....and we never asked for her opinion in the first place. She was very short with us, and certainly did not make a good impression.

The second time, I was VERY disappointed when the meal started out by getting the SAME EXACT SPEECH about the wine choice from a different server!! It starts with "Do you really like cabernets?" or "Do you really like pinot?"..." If so, then you won't like this"...followed by a very long explanation as to why this other wine is so far superior to your choice. You are so pressured to order different wines that you are almost backed into a corner and embarrased to stick with your first choice. I am assuming that the wait staff has been coached to do this, and if that is the case it needs to stop! Take the 20 for 20 off the menu if it causes this much of a problem! This server was very nice and attentive, but the wine issue really made me uncomfortable, and made me doubt this place.

I really enjoyed this restaurant and want to continue to suggest it to friends, but something has to be done about the behavior of the staff.

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Feast fits in perfectly with the many other good establishments in Decatur. The setting is quaint but can be quite noisy on busy nights. Service has always been good to me. Food is adequately spiced, though saltiness can be a little off. Good selection with a good variety of both appetizers and entrees. But, for the money, close by Cafe Lily offers a better meal.

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★★★★☆

Feast fits in perfectly with the many other good establishments in Decatur. The setting is quaint but can be quite noisy on busy nights. Service has always been good to me. Food is adequately spiced, though saltiness can be a little off. Good selection with a good variety of both appetizers and entrees. But, for the money, close by Cafe Lily offers a better meal.

Pros: Nice setting, above average food

Cons: Parking can be a little difficult, noisy when busy

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By far the best restaurant in Decatur. There is something on the menu for everyone. Service is attentive and professional. The staff offers fantastic food and wine recomendations. Feast is a welcomed addition to decatur.

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★★★★★

By far the best restaurant in Decatur. There is something on the menu for everyone. Service is attentive and professional. The staff offers fantastic food and wine recomendations. Feast is a welcomed addition to decatur.

Pros: Service

Cons: crowded weekends

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I frequent Feast Restaurant in Decatur on an "almost weekly" basis and I have NEVER had a negative experience. The menu is unique with new additions as well as tasty specials. The "cedar planked salmon" is my favorite staple, it is perfectly seasoned and cooked to my liking. The service at Feast is friendly and attentive. Our last trip there was to celebrate a birthday and our server made sure my friend enjoyed her favorite dessert (with a candle). Our group sat in the private dining area and it was the perfect place to handle any celebration. But, the best touch Feast offers is the personal touch the owner, Teri, adds. She is there almost always and checks more than once to make sure everything is fine. She's even calling us by our first names by the end of the evening. I will be back over and over and I always impress new friends by taking them to Feast. The wood fired oven is a noticeable feature.

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★★★★★

I frequent Feast Restaurant in Decatur on an "almost weekly" basis and I have NEVER had a negative experience. The menu is unique with new additions as well as tasty specials. The "cedar planked salmon" is my favorite staple, it is perfectly seasoned and cooked to my liking. The service at Feast is friendly and attentive. Our last trip there was to celebrate a birthday and our server made sure my friend enjoyed her favorite dessert (with a candle). Our group sat in the private dining area and it was the perfect place to handle any celebration. But, the best touch Feast offers is the personal touch the owner, Teri, adds. She is there almost always and checks more than once to make sure everything is fine. She's even calling us by our first names by the end of the evening. I will be back over and over and I always impress new friends by taking them to Feast. The wood fired oven is a noticeable feature.

Pros: Variety on menu, flavors of dishes

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I have been here numerous times and have always received excellent service as well as the food being consistent and delicious. The specials they present are usually really good as well.

I'm not a wine snob, but the staff always makes good recommendations that aren't always expensive!

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★★★★☆

I have been here numerous times and have always received excellent service as well as the food being consistent and delicious. The specials they present are usually really good as well.

I'm not a wine snob, but the staff always makes good recommendations that aren't always expensive!

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I really hate to leave a bad review on this restaurant, because the food seemed good, but we never even got around to eating dinner. We left after appetizers because the server was so rude that we simply did not feel welcomed enough to stay.
The first thing that our angry little server did when our table of 10 sat down for our 8:30pm Saturday night reservation was that she could not wait to go home and have a drink. She then proceeded to interrupt our conversations with tidbits about herself, such as the fact that she had about 7 dogs and 15 cats or something of the like.
We asked about the $20 bottles of wine, and she acted as if she had no idea what we were talking about. After we said we read about it on Citysearch, she exclaimed in a surprised way that ohhh we must mean the "20 for $20", and that it was all basically swill. Okay, so you want us to order expensive bottles of wine, we get the picture.
We order appetizers and wine and after a great while get and eat them with her growing more and more rude: slamming plates downs, dropping silverware in laps, leaving us with no water after we asked for it 3 times, rolling eyes, being snappy. We are not rude people, and in my opinion pretty easy and fun to wait on, so wtf? She kept asking us over and over if we were ready to order, and if we asked her about soups or more appetizers, she told us none of that stuff was good. It became quite clear that she just wanted us to order full dinners, eat them, and leave so she could go have drinks.
We all agreed that we didn't even want to stay, so ask for the check. So she brings the check and had added gratuity, but does not tell us. It does not say anything about it on the menu, but I though she would do that anyway. When she came back, she clearly knew that we had noticed, so made some lame excuse about how she forgot to tell us. Too bad, we are really good tippers. What she did not know was that everyone there have been servers and bartenders. SNAP!

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★★☆☆☆

I really hate to leave a bad review on this restaurant, because the food seemed good, but we never even got around to eating dinner. We left after appetizers because the server was so rude that we simply did not feel welcomed enough to stay.
The first thing that our angry little server did when our table of 10 sat down for our 8:30pm Saturday night reservation was that she could not wait to go home and have a drink. She then proceeded to interrupt our conversations with tidbits about herself, such as the fact that she had about 7 dogs and 15 cats or something of the like.
We asked about the $20 bottles of wine, and she acted as if she had no idea what we were talking about. After we said we read about it on Citysearch, she exclaimed in a surprised way that ohhh we must mean the "20 for $20", and that it was all basically swill. Okay, so you want us to order expensive bottles of wine, we get the picture.
We order appetizers and wine and after a great while get and eat them with her growing more and more rude: slamming plates downs, dropping silverware in laps, leaving us with no water after we asked for it 3 times, rolling eyes, being snappy. We are not rude people, and in my opinion pretty easy and fun to wait on, so wtf? She kept asking us over and over if we were ready to order, and if we asked her about soups or more appetizers, she told us none of that stuff was good. It became quite clear that she just wanted us to order full dinners, eat them, and leave so she could go have drinks.
We all agreed that we didn't even want to stay, so ask for the check. So she brings the check and had added gratuity, but does not tell us. It does not say anything about it on the menu, but I though she would do that anyway. When she came back, she clearly knew that we had noticed, so made some lame excuse about how she forgot to tell us. Too bad, we are really good tippers. What she did not know was that everyone there have been servers and bartenders. SNAP!

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When we walked in, we found this restaurant to be an attractive and cozy environment, with exposed brick walls and ambient lighting.

Our server was very curt and at times, rude. He failed to tell us about the specials that night and begrudingly recited them when we asked if there were any special dishes. We ordered two servings of the small Atlantic salmon, which was literally covered in salt. The menu claimed it was served with "salsa verde" which turned out to be a green olive tapenade (very misleading). All of the entrees we ordered too salty, but the salmon fillets were so bad that we told our server to send them back to the kitchen. He picked them up without saying a word to us and then mumbled "I'm going to beat some butt" as he marched back to the kitchen. It was a very unprofessional way of handling the situation. The female manager did come over to ask us if we would like to order something else, but at that point we decided to get dessert and skip on ordering more entrees. We did enjoy the coconut cake.

All in all, it wasn't a pleasant dining experience and I doubt we'll return anytime soon. It's too bad, because it really is a nice-looking spot, but the poor service was enough to turn us away.

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★★★☆☆

When we walked in, we found this restaurant to be an attractive and cozy environment, with exposed brick walls and ambient lighting.

Our server was very curt and at times, rude. He failed to tell us about the specials that night and begrudingly recited them when we asked if there were any special dishes. We ordered two servings of the small Atlantic salmon, which was literally covered in salt. The menu claimed it was served with "salsa verde" which turned out to be a green olive tapenade (very misleading). All of the entrees we ordered too salty, but the salmon fillets were so bad that we told our server to send them back to the kitchen. He picked them up without saying a word to us and then mumbled "I'm going to beat some butt" as he marched back to the kitchen. It was a very unprofessional way of handling the situation. The female manager did come over to ask us if we would like to order something else, but at that point we decided to get dessert and skip on ordering more entrees. We did enjoy the coconut cake.

All in all, it wasn't a pleasant dining experience and I doubt we'll return anytime soon. It's too bad, because it really is a nice-looking spot, but the poor service was enough to turn us away.

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I have to say it's one of the best all around places I've been to since moving here from Virginia 5 years ago. It's one of those best kept secrets in town, although I fear that Feast is catching on quickly in Atlanta and will soon be so busy it may take and act of God to get a reservation. Every time we've been to Feast has been a truely great experience. The food, from the Fried Artichoke Hearts (my Favorite) to the house salad and their many main dishes such as the Duck (delectable) and the Ribeye (my bestfriends favorite), are top-notch! When I have the occassion to eat some of there smaller meal choices I may indulge in the desserts, namely the bread pudding (oh my God!), all have been excellent. The service has been fantastic! Several times now have been waited on by an attentive, funny and knowledgeable blonde lady that made the evening eventful in the best way! A big smile goes to her (I think her name is Helen). The wait was not to bad on Friday nights without a reservation. We just hung out at the lovely bar (The bartender's cute and makes good drinks). The ambiance is warm, good for date night or with lively friends. It has become one of my top 10. Have only eaten lunch there once...It's a deal! Lunch menu is superb! Going again soon!!!!!

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★★★★★

I have to say it's one of the best all around places I've been to since moving here from Virginia 5 years ago. It's one of those best kept secrets in town, although I fear that Feast is catching on quickly in Atlanta and will soon be so busy it may take and act of God to get a reservation. Every time we've been to Feast has been a truely great experience. The food, from the Fried Artichoke Hearts (my Favorite) to the house salad and their many main dishes such as the Duck (delectable) and the Ribeye (my bestfriends favorite), are top-notch! When I have the occassion to eat some of there smaller meal choices I may indulge in the desserts, namely the bread pudding (oh my God!), all have been excellent. The service has been fantastic! Several times now have been waited on by an attentive, funny and knowledgeable blonde lady that made the evening eventful in the best way! A big smile goes to her (I think her name is Helen). The wait was not to bad on Friday nights without a reservation. We just hung out at the lovely bar (The bartender's cute and makes good drinks). The ambiance is warm, good for date night or with lively friends. It has become one of my top 10. Have only eaten lunch there once...It's a deal! Lunch menu is superb! Going again soon!!!!!

Pros: Service, Food, Ambience

Cons: Noise(sometimes)

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From the moment I walked into Feast last night, memories of great times I've had in Madrid, Spain entered my mind! The decor, lighting, sounds and smells brought back memories I truly like to remember and now I don't have to travel thousands of miles to re-live them! Feast has it ALL!

Besides the fabulous, attentive, and still inobtrusive wait-service, the food is excellent- and we tried a lot- including the unusually delicious artichoke appetizer (fried lightly with a zesty sauce) and a tapas-memory-inducing antipasto plate with cheese, meats and the ubiquitous-in-Madrid olives! We even tried a plate of the buttermilk mashed potatoes which are sliced and mashed right in the kitchen... I peeked in to verify! The only thing into-or-out-of-a-box in this great place was our left-over pizza, which I will be having for lunch, and soon! We also tasted the lobster risotto (creamy and filled with lobster bits), while our friends tried the pork tenderloin (tender cooked to perfection) and scallops (delicate and tasty) they mentioned. A good wine selection at reasonable prices, and a bartender who can create a tasty pomegranite martini - what more can you ask for... Oh.. Dessert! The light coconut cake, and key lime pie.. More you ask? Warm bread pudding... Ok.. I may not eat the left-over pizza.. I may be going back for lunch today! A Feast brunch is on the horizon too- we have to try the award-winning (2005) best of Atlanta fried-egg-sandwich.

Luckily I didn't drink too much wine.. which always caused memories from Madrid I try to forget...

I will definitely be going to Feast again, soon... as Madrid is across the pond and I want to take my toothpaste on the plane and they won't let me...

2
★★★★★

From the moment I walked into Feast last night, memories of great times I've had in Madrid, Spain entered my mind! The decor, lighting, sounds and smells brought back memories I truly like to remember and now I don't have to travel thousands of miles to re-live them! Feast has it ALL!

Besides the fabulous, attentive, and still inobtrusive wait-service, the food is excellent- and we tried a lot- including the unusually delicious artichoke appetizer (fried lightly with a zesty sauce) and a tapas-memory-inducing antipasto plate with cheese, meats and the ubiquitous-in-Madrid olives! We even tried a plate of the buttermilk mashed potatoes which are sliced and mashed right in the kitchen... I peeked in to verify! The only thing into-or-out-of-a-box in this great place was our left-over pizza, which I will be having for lunch, and soon! We also tasted the lobster risotto (creamy and filled with lobster bits), while our friends tried the pork tenderloin (tender cooked to perfection) and scallops (delicate and tasty) they mentioned. A good wine selection at reasonable prices, and a bartender who can create a tasty pomegranite martini - what more can you ask for... Oh.. Dessert! The light coconut cake, and key lime pie.. More you ask? Warm bread pudding... Ok.. I may not eat the left-over pizza.. I may be going back for lunch today! A Feast brunch is on the horizon too- we have to try the award-winning (2005) best of Atlanta fried-egg-sandwich.

Luckily I didn't drink too much wine.. which always caused memories from Madrid I try to forget...

I will definitely be going to Feast again, soon... as Madrid is across the pond and I want to take my toothpaste on the plane and they won't let me...

Pros: Food, service, ambience

Cons: cannot think of any!!!

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I always get great service and a wonderful meal. The goat cheese fondue is a perfect match for bread as a starter and is so tasty. Nice wines compliment things like the pork chops and other entrees.

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★★★★★

I always get great service and a wonderful meal. The goat cheese fondue is a perfect match for bread as a starter and is so tasty. Nice wines compliment things like the pork chops and other entrees.

Pros: Great wine, food and lower lighting

Cons: May get a little loud if it's crowded

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Went to Feast on a Friday night and had dinner at the bar. Very happy with the service but very disappointed with the kitchen. Ordered the antipasta plate that came with various meats and cheeses..it came and no cheese. We asked about it and they then brought us a little cup of some cheese spread, not what we were anticipating. Then we ordered the Feast Salad which you think the chefs would know the ingredients but again the salads came and half the ingredients were missing...no pears or no mushrooms. When we called the manager over to complain he blamed it on the server not the chefs who prepared the food. They did give us a reduction in cost but we have had other instances there where the meals are very uneven. Not thinking we need to go back there anytime soon.

1
★★★☆☆

Went to Feast on a Friday night and had dinner at the bar. Very happy with the service but very disappointed with the kitchen. Ordered the antipasta plate that came with various meats and cheeses..it came and no cheese. We asked about it and they then brought us a little cup of some cheese spread, not what we were anticipating. Then we ordered the Feast Salad which you think the chefs would know the ingredients but again the salads came and half the ingredients were missing...no pears or no mushrooms. When we called the manager over to complain he blamed it on the server not the chefs who prepared the food. They did give us a reduction in cost but we have had other instances there where the meals are very uneven. Not thinking we need to go back there anytime soon.

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I have been to Feast so many times that I'm definitely on the "regular" list, but there is nothing regular about this place. Beginning with the entrance, where you are greeted with a smile (rare these days) and a cozy setting, all the way through dessert (coconut cake), you will be pleased and satisfied. The food is incredible and everything is freshly made (it shows). I especially enjoy the nightly specials which usually consists of fresh fish and vegetables which are accented by an unusual, but tastey sauce. The portions are generous and the prices are suprisingly affordable. I'll be back, keep up the good work.

2
★★★★★

I have been to Feast so many times that I'm definitely on the "regular" list, but there is nothing regular about this place. Beginning with the entrance, where you are greeted with a smile (rare these days) and a cozy setting, all the way through dessert (coconut cake), you will be pleased and satisfied. The food is incredible and everything is freshly made (it shows). I especially enjoy the nightly specials which usually consists of fresh fish and vegetables which are accented by an unusual, but tastey sauce. The portions are generous and the prices are suprisingly affordable. I'll be back, keep up the good work.

Pros: Portions, Prices, Personality

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I'm also a big fan of Feast. All the employees have been exceptionally nice on every visit. When you walk in the door the atmosphere is warm and inviting, and the staff follow up with great service and wonderful food. I often take meals at the bar with Nadia, who is as friendly and efficient a bartender as you are likely to find. I must respond to siamese cat's assessment that their mashed potatoes are from a box; I totally disagree, having often ordered them as a side dish. Among my favorites are the scallops and the pork tenderloin. I also like the fact that it is an easy place to just show up "as is" during the week, or spiffed up with a date for dinner on the weekends. Highly recommended.

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★★★★☆

I'm also a big fan of Feast. All the employees have been exceptionally nice on every visit. When you walk in the door the atmosphere is warm and inviting, and the staff follow up with great service and wonderful food. I often take meals at the bar with Nadia, who is as friendly and efficient a bartender as you are likely to find. I must respond to siamese cat's assessment that their mashed potatoes are from a box; I totally disagree, having often ordered them as a side dish. Among my favorites are the scallops and the pork tenderloin. I also like the fact that it is an easy place to just show up "as is" during the week, or spiffed up with a date for dinner on the weekends. Highly recommended.

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Great ambiance, very romantic...sets the mood. Service was excellent. Calamari with onions and capers was very good, so is the woodgilled salmon on a plank.The "special" with petite filet, so tender and tasty with broiled shrimp, to die for! Stay away from anything with "buttermilk mashed potatoes"...these are out of a box, for sure...no way are they real potatoes! Substitute for another side, instead.(I'm a cook, so I know the difference, plus, I used to be a food technician at Kraft...trust me, these are potato "flakes" mixed with milk and butter)
Otherwise, a great little restaurant and we will be back!

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★★★★★

Great ambiance, very romantic...sets the mood. Service was excellent. Calamari with onions and capers was very good, so is the woodgilled salmon on a plank.The "special" with petite filet, so tender and tasty with broiled shrimp, to die for! Stay away from anything with "buttermilk mashed potatoes"...these are out of a box, for sure...no way are they real potatoes! Substitute for another side, instead.(I'm a cook, so I know the difference, plus, I used to be a food technician at Kraft...trust me, these are potato "flakes" mixed with milk and butter)
Otherwise, a great little restaurant and we will be back!

Pros: Wonderful romantic ambiance, great for a first date, excellent service

Cons: Get rid of those boxed potatoes!Try smashed red potatoes instead...we know the difference!

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We had brunch at Feast few a while ago and it was great. Food, service and ambiance were great. We were hoping to have same experience for dinner as well. However, after two visits I have to report that dinner was disappointing. We sat at the bar with my wife and ordered Martinis and mine was good and my wife sent hers back. Bartender was nice but very slow. My entree was Trout and had no taste at all. I got sick because of it that night. I am pretty sure it was because of heavy butter they used for the sauce of the trout. My wife ordered a pasta dish, and she barely had few bites. Dinner is very pricy especially for the quality of the food. It is very disappointing because I was hopping this would be my new favorite restaurant, however I do not even think I would return. If I ever do, I would stay away from entrees stick with wine and few appetizers. And also why would not you play any music when you have such lively concept that is called Feast? I just do not get it!!!!!

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★★★☆☆

We had brunch at Feast few a while ago and it was great. Food, service and ambiance were great. We were hoping to have same experience for dinner as well. However, after two visits I have to report that dinner was disappointing. We sat at the bar with my wife and ordered Martinis and mine was good and my wife sent hers back. Bartender was nice but very slow. My entree was Trout and had no taste at all. I got sick because of it that night. I am pretty sure it was because of heavy butter they used for the sauce of the trout. My wife ordered a pasta dish, and she barely had few bites. Dinner is very pricy especially for the quality of the food. It is very disappointing because I was hopping this would be my new favorite restaurant, however I do not even think I would return. If I ever do, I would stay away from entrees stick with wine and few appetizers. And also why would not you play any music when you have such lively concept that is called Feast? I just do not get it!!!!!

Pros: good looking restaurant

Cons: entrees, no music playing

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I have been there twice now and the service and ambience are wonderful. It is a cozy and romantic. The food is good but not as tasty as I had hoped. The bread pudding, when fresh, is incredible.

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★★★★☆

I have been there twice now and the service and ambience are wonderful. It is a cozy and romantic. The food is good but not as tasty as I had hoped. The bread pudding, when fresh, is incredible.

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I've been to Feast a few times, and everything is consistently excellent. They have a great atmosphere and great service. It's busy, so reservations are recommended!!

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★★★★★

I've been to Feast a few times, and everything is consistently excellent. They have a great atmosphere and great service. It's busy, so reservations are recommended!!

 

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