General admission tickets are still available for $35 each (or a four-pack for $100), but if you want to get in on a sushi surprise, you'll need to spring for VIP passes for $65 each. Along with early entry at 11 a.m. (general admission runs from noon to 3 p.m.), separate bathrooms, an open bar and a private lounge, VIP guests will be able to indulge in a number of offerings from Matsuhisa, one of the city's poshest dinner destinations.
This is Feast's most elaborate VIP offering to date, and it's a great way to experience worldly Japanese-Peruvian cuisine without having to fight for reservations for a seat at Matsuhisa's Cherry Creek sushi counter.
Of course, even if you stick with general admission tickets, you'll still be treated to delicious food from Il Posto, Dae Gee Korean Barbecue, Leven Deli, BrightMarten, Butcher's Bistro and the Nickel, to name just a few, as well as complimentary sips from such sponsors as Naked Grouse, Ketel One and Azunia Tequila.
Tickets are available on the Feast website, where you'll also find a complete list of participating restaurants and beverage providers. See you Sunday, when it's time for a Feast!