Yesterday, Veritas alum Christopher Meenan and Savoy Bakery's Brian Ghaw opened their new East Village restaurant, Feast. During the day, Feast serves coffee and fresh pastries. At night, the restaurant serves a menu of greenmarket-driven American fare, like beet ravioli, porcini crusted halibut, and chicken & dumplings. Feast also offers two large-format options: a multi-course farmers market dinner, and a nose-to-tail meal (the protein will change, but right now it's lamb). The vegetarian dinner is $38 per person, and the meat meal is $48 per person. Take a look at the menu:
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