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Food & Drink

Feast Upon Brooklyn Makes Dinner Parties Easy

Your New Domestic Partnership

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If you’re anything like us, hosting a dinner party pretty much guarantees an anxiety attack.

Feast Upon can help, by tapping standout Brooklyn restaurants to create seasonal meals you can easily replicate at home.

The new site procures and bundles all the ingredients for ready-to-make meals and delivers them to your door. Recipes include tips (the Feast Upon folks test everything), a time line, and detailed profiles of the responsible chef and farmers.

Meals take about an hour, but artisanal apps and desserts from Bklyn Larder, ScratchBread, Kors d’Oeuvres, and Frankies Spuntino mollify any wait. Order for up to ten guests for Saturday or Sunday delivery.

We just tried Jacques Gautier’s (Palo Santo) seared duck breast with purple kale and chimichurri. Up next, Beer Table’s summer salad and vegetarian chickpea stew.

We can’t spill yet, but the upcoming meals/restaurants are hot and — for what it’s worth — easy.

Available online at feastupon.com, $45-$205.

Photo: Andrew Strenio / Courtesy of Feast Upon