Please note that Feast is closed for good.  We thank you for all of your custom and support over the years.






219 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77006 




"...the most interesting food in Houston, in Texas, maybe even in America."

Alison Cook, Houston Chronicle


 One of '2009 Top Ten Best New Restaurants in America'

Bon Appetit Magazine


 [Feast] has "no real peer in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and other major cities that pride themselves on their epicurean adventurousness"

Frank Bruni, The New York Times


Nominated by the James Beard Foundation for Best Chef Southwest 2010


Nominated by the James Beard Foundation

for Best New Restaurant in the USA 2009


One of the 'Big Three' best meals in the USA

'elemental, gutsy and smart'

GQ Magazine 


One of the '50 Best New US Restaurants'

 Travel + Leisure Magazine


'Best Restaurant 2009'

Houston Press


'Restaurateurs of the Year 2009'

Houston Culinary Awards


'Best New Restaurant 2008'

Houston Press


'Best New Restaurant 2008'

Houston Chronicle











‘The industrialization--and brutalization--of animals in America is a relatively new phenomenon: no other country raises and slaughters its food animals quite as intensively or as brutally as we do. No other people in history has lived at quite so great a remove from the animals they eat.  Were the walls of our meat industry to become transparent we would not long continue to raise, kill and eat animals the way we do. Tail-docking and sow crates and beak-clipping would disappear overnight - for who could stand the sight? Yes, meat would get more expensive. We'd probably eat less of it too, but maybe when we did eat animals, we'd eat them with the consciousness, ceremony and respect they deserve.’


                                                                                                Michael Pollan- ‘The Omnivore’s Dilemma’

                                                                                                          Used with Permission





      ‘Feast’ was run by Richard Knight and James and Meagan Silk, who brought a traditional and relaxed European approach to dining to Downtown Houston.  We offered simple, honest, rustic cuisine in a relaxed, homey environment.  Our emphasis was on quality, local, seasonal ingredients prepared with passion and imagination.

            Our desire was to summon the spirit of a family meal shared around the kitchen table of an old-fashioned European family farm...





Photo courtesy of Katharine Shilcutt
  Here we were.



And here was our restaurant....





Photo Courtesy of Mark C. Austin