From reading cookbooks in the back of HH-60 helicopters to a yearlong apprenticeship where his fingers never left the cutting board, Chef Stefan Bowers was destined for culinary greatness. In 2011, while working as executive chef at 20Nine, Bowers met entrepreneur Andrew Goodman, and the pair opened the doors to Feast, the King William spot for new American cuisine with a Mediterranean flair where Bowers could “express his personal ideas about menu style and cuisine while working in an elegant and contemporary restaurant.”
“I tried to bring a restaurant to San Antonio that San Antonio had not seen before,” says restaurateur Goodman. “Fun drinks, fun bar, fun vibe.” That was four years ago. Today, a stroll down S. Alamo proves that Feast doesn’t go stale for San Antonio; in fact, it seems to only get better with age, something due in part to the obvious harmony within the Bowers/Goodman collaboration.
From the moment you step off the sidewalk into Feast’s patio, you might as well just forget the Alamo and embrace the European ambiance of the sleek white restaurant designed by Goodman. The carefully curated mood lighting paired with Chef Bower’s rotating menu of ambitious seasonal sharing plates proves that Feast is not just a restaurant; Feast is an experience.
With a line that snakes out the door on Sundays, the once-a-week brunch is not to be missed. Between the DJ and the brunch offerings that range from wonderfully sweet to mouth-wateringly savory (almond pistachio French toast! Eggs in Hell!), you’re certain to cap your weekend off right.
Find Feast at 1024 S. Alamo Street Tuesday-Thursday 5-10pm, Friday-Saturday 5-11 pm, and at Sunday Brunch 10:30 am-2:30 pm. Social Hour is Tuesday-Friday 5-7pm. For more information call (210)354-1024, or visit http://www.feastsa.com. Reserved seating is available for parties of 6 or more.
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