Feast is sparkling and full of light and looks inviting from the moment you step inside. With the clinking of wine glasses, the chatter of people at the bar, and the bright sound of silverware set on tables, this small, hip space is brimming with shiny happy people. (It's quite popular, so reservations are recommended.) With the flashy mod chandeliers, Plexiglas chair backs, and carnival-like letters of the restaurant's name in lights, it all spells fun. But it's the food, not the setting, that keeps the cool crowd coming back to this contemporary urban bistro.  The menu, with clever headings like "Chilled," "Grilled," and "Crispy," focuses on small plates. Highlights include delectable offerings like duck breast tostadas, Brussels sprouts brochette, and North African rubbed chicken. Chef Stefan Bowers, formerly a chef at Jason Dady's Lodge at Castle Hills, is garnering lots of accolades, which will be no surprise after you sample the small plate feast at Feast.