Kirkland earns long-anticipated French brasserie

Cozy up for plenty of Cabernet and cassoulet

Cue all things charcuterie, cassoulet and Cabernet - Kirkland has earned a French brasserie after months of the restaurant's closure in wake of the novel coronavirus.

Feast, nestled on Kirkland's Park Lane and Lake Street, is officially serving up classic and modern French cuisine while incorporating flavors and ingredients of the Pacific Northwest.

And it has been a long time coming.

The restaurant was set to open in February, suddenly shuttering in wake of COVID-19 and finally reopening toward the end of June. Upon the arrival of autumn, they've installed outdoor heaters on a cozy patio expected to remain throughout the entirety of fall and winter to offer both indoor and outdoor dining.