Feast turns a meal into a party. Everything is made to be shared, the bites from hither and yon (seriously spiced vinegary shrimp from western India, goat stew from the Canary Islands). Every dish announces itself first to the nose: acidic green beans here, basil-festooned strawberries there. When small plates arrive, from any one of the menu’s unusual categories (oceanic, heat, chilled, grilled, crispy, and hearty), you are sure to find at least one surprise. Glitzy acrylic icicles and violet LED lights hang from the crape myrtles and oaks out front, in the owner’s typical over-the-top style.
City: San Antonio
Cuisine: New American