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Feast is a pop-up restaurant open at the Onedome entertainment space through April 13.

Billed as an “immersive and interactive dining experience,” the food is presented at a single communal table, on which the operators project a constantly shifting light show set to a digital music backdrop.

Feast’s five-course menu, designed to pair with the light show, offers a salad, soup, two entrees and dessert from chef Nick Ronan (The Pawn Shop, Beso). Each course has a vegan option; for example, omnivores get filet mignon for the fourth course, while vegan diners enjoy a caramelized leek and endive tarte tatin.

The $160 ticket also includes two drinks, a “welcome herbal elixir,” and admission to one of two on-site digital arts exhibits — LMNL, which features 14 rooms of installations, or The Unreal Garden, an AR/VR exhibit with work by six different artists. Afterwards, patrons receive free admission to nearby nightclub Monarch.

FEAST currently holds five stars out of six reviews on Yelp, indicating good reviews.

Alex L. noted, “You are asked to join 30 other diners in a single long table in a room garlanded with flowers. The table itself is a giant projection mapping surface that you can interact with. Over the next hour and a half, we received five sumptuous courses, each one designed to harmonize with the visuals on the table and the music playing.”

Yelper Ben M. wrote, “This was spectacular. Atmosphere, food, hospitality, visuals, drinks. Perfect night out.”

FEAST is open from 6 a.m.-10 p.m. on Thursday-Saturday. (It’s closed on Sunday-Wednesday.)

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