Eric and I have made a habit out of enjoying the delicious Sunday Brunch at Feast. We first discovered Feast when we moved to Bloomington over the summer, they sell tamales at the Farmer's Market for breakfast. We instantly fell in-love with their tamales and later fell in-love with the restaurant. It wasn't until a few weeks ago that we discovered their Sunday brunch. But we were hooked after our first meal.
On this particular Sunday, I had the The Grange Baked Eggs. It had lamb sausage and tomatoes over perfectly baked eggs and topped with greens. In the past, I've tried the Croque Madame (one of my faves) the Breakfast Tamales (a house staple) and the Feast Omlette. I've yet to try something I didn't love. They also have table-top French Press coffee available, which became a favorite of mine last week. Their drip coffee is fine, but there is something a little luxurious (and tasty) about French Press.
Although we've been sitting inside the last few weeks due to cold weather, this past Sunday we enjoyed the 70-something degree weather on their patio. One of the things I really adore about Bloomington is that most of the restaurants offer outdoor seating. Since Feast is such a small restaurant, their outdoor seating is essential. I always prefer the extra room outdoors when the weather allows, sometimes it feels a bit crowded indoors. So if you live in Bloomington, or find yourself in the South-Central part of Indiana, stop by Feast for a lovely meal.