The Last Feast

An iconic Houston restaurant says goodbye by selling off everything

An iconic Houston restaurant says goodbye by auctioning off everything

I am a firm believer in one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.

And an important Houston restaurant is doing its best to prove that. 

Feast — the groundbreaking spot that helped change national perceptions of Houston's food scene — served its last meal Friday night. But you can still take a little piece of Feast with you in the restaurant's Saturday yard sale.

Chef Richard Knight made his best sales pitch on Feast's Facebook page:

FEAST- is having a yard sale!!

Kitchen Equipment Down to Dining Room Memorabilia

Saturday 15th June 11am- 6 ish and Monday 17th 10am until dusk!

Paintings, Silverware, Chairs and Tables, Large and Small Kitchen Equipment, etc, etc, EVEN THE PIG SIGNS!!! EVERYTHING MUST GO!!!!

The bigger pieces like the paintings and iconic pig signs can be bid on with the winners getting announced Monday night. Email bids are being accepted as feastcompany@gmail.com.

As previously reported by CultureMap, Knight will be staying in Houston to partner with Down House’s Chris Cusack, Joey Treadway and Benjy Mason.

Editor's note: Don't miss Clifford Pugh's exclusive story on the last feast at Feast.