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About Artistry On the Green
At our restaurant, Artistry on the Green, we are passionate about food. Our approach is simple - use fresh, seasonal ingredients and innovative cooking techniques to create delicious meals. Our menu showcases New England favorites with an inspired twist. We have developed close relationships with local farmers and feature the bounty of New England at our tables every day.
Artistry on the Green is located within The Inn at Hastings Park, the only Relais & Chateaux property in the Greater Boston area. The restaurant projects the same warmth that you find throughout the inn's 22 guest rooms. We believe that food can be used to celebrate, to comfort, and to nurture. Join us for all occasions - a romantic, long lingering meal, a boisterous gathering of family and friends, and everything in between. Inquire about our private and corporate dining packages.
Lexington, MA 02421
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 10:30am
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday: 7:00am - 2:00pm
Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Tuesday - Thursday 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Friday and Saturday 5:00pm - 9:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Executive Chef Lucas Sousa
Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Artistry On the Green Ratings and Reviews
Artistry was a great restaurant for our book group meeting! The food was delicious and reasonably priced for lunch. I had the duck confit and it was superb! Many members of the group ordered the quiche and liked it very much. The owner came over to our table and talked with us for quite a while which was very nice and friendly! The noise level was a little high for book discussion but we managed. I would recommend this restaurant highly.
Very expensive but well worth it. Went with a lady who's a tough critic of wine and food absolutely everything was flawless. Martinis, wine list, my duck was the best I've ever had and her Vegan pasta was delicious, the cheese au point,wonderful service, welcoming hostess, beautiful room.
The hostess and waiter Lincoln were excellent and provided excellent service as I brought my partner Roz for her Birthday. The dining room was elegant and the place settings superb. We ordered drinks and enjoyed appetizers with them. The roast duck dinners were well displayed and tasted perfection. We each ordered a beautifully presented dessert. Each had such wonderful experiences for the palate. A wonderful 5 star restaurant for any special occasion. We plan to be back and also try breakfast and lunch. Hats off to all the staff ! Magnifique !
What a great restaurant to celebrate a birthday! The service was excellent, with lots of attention without being intrusive. The poached shrimp appetizers were great, my duck was very good and my wife's lamb excellent, and dessert was a nice ending. They also provided little extra tasters during the meal. Our wine glasses were even re-filled!
Cobb salad modest in size but tasty. My husband ordered one, as did I. They only had the ingredients for one, so I had it. The bread was tasteless and dry. My son had quiche and salad that looked very good. Coffee refills came without being asked, which was good. Service was pleasant and attentive. I'd go back, however, and give it another chance.
Artistry on the Green is an excellent restaurant. The Inn Keeper has meticulously designed every element of the Inn and restaurant. The dining room has large windows, fireplace and lovely decor. The menu is varied, preparation and presentation excellent, staff friendly and professional.
Not up to usual standard: we love Artistry...but brunch on Sunday was seriously understaffed. At one point for 13 minutes not one server was visible...water glasses never filled. The food was as wonderful as ever but a lack of staff, and those not well trained made it disappointing. This is NOT the norm.
Artistry on the Green has been disappointing since the property was acquired by Relais and Chateau. The food is overpriced, and the "inn" ambience no longer charming. When we drove up, there is only a small parking area allotted for restaurant. Exterior grass at this expensive Relais and Chateau inn is full of weeds and crabgrass--not very inviting, although large front porch is pretty. The restaurant entry way and bar are freezing cold. The dining room was empty on a Saturday night and had a desolate not-pretty feel. Service was OK. Bread was OK. Amuse Bouche offered was raw oysters which we don't eat. Waiter then kindly offered an alternative of tiny cup cold cucumber. The soup tasted like outside grass. Amuse bouche offerings in the past had been tasty. We each had a different highly overpriced salad. Portions were tiny. My husband's duck entree was pretty good as was my salmon entree, but not excellent as the food used to be and portions are smaller. Dessert menu didn't look appealing. We inquired as to why the restaurant's former signature "chocolate bombe" was not on the dessert menu. We were told the former pastry chef no longer worked at the restaurant. All in all, an overpriced disappointing dinner. We also noticed on the overpriced menu that there is no longer a fine steak offering such as tenderloin, rather a lower quality meat dish that was over the top expensive. Small accompaniments to the entrees were not well balanced and portions were too small. Wine by the glass prices have increased; not worth the money for quality offered. Unlikely that we will return.
Specifically, requested a quiet table, as this was a get together for two childhood friends. When we arrived at the restaurant, we were informed that the main dining room was NOT available, as it was set up for a private party. We were seated in the middle of a small dining area with two large family groups around us. It was quite noisy and there was little privacy. It would have been appreciated if someone had called prior to our visit.
The Inn itself was lovely and we will plan another lunch or dinner sometime in the future.
The food was really good, well prepared, just the right size portions. My husband and I both ordered the scallops - prepared with mushrooms and a truffle cream. Delicious. The Caesar salad was a little unusual - the romaine lettuce leaves were left whole (leaves were small) and not torn - but all in all tasty. Wait staff was attentive and friendly.
We went for Easter Sunday Brunch and it was a prix fixe menu for $55/pp. The food was really good except it wasn't really hot, warm, but not hot. I expected for the price that it would come out hot. Otherwise, the food was fantastic and made fresh to order. It did seem like the wait staff was understaffed and/or some were still in training, so perhaps our entrees sat for awhile before being served. I do think that the waitstaff was very professional and friendly though. It was the perfect day to have brunch in a historical Lexington inn and I would like to try them again for their regular Sunday brunch or to sit on their outside patio during the summer for lunch one day.
We chose Artisry on the Green to celebrate my birthday because it is the in-house restaurant at the inn where we had booked our stay (The Inn at Hastings Park). The dinner menu was superb (I recommend the salmon) and the cocktails were also delicious. The menu boasts locally sourced foods and you can taste how fresh everything is! Breakfast didn't disappoint either! My husband loved his pancakes and I am hooked on the hot Portuguese donuts and cinnamon bun! The staff is so professional and friendly...we will certainly be back.
We went to Artistry with excitement about the new Lexington restaurant. We ended up disappointed. It wasn't bad. It just didn't meet expectations. The hostess was inexperienced and basically unfriendly. Food was good but portions were small. I had Eggs Benedict that seemed cooked with miniature eggs. The bloody mary had no vodka. Service was mediocre at best. And, finally, it was overpriced.
This was the third visit for Sunday brunch, and as always it was excellent. Food was wonderful, just wish they put a bit more ham in the Benedict, it's a little skimpy but still yummy, and the waitstaff is excellent. A lovely way to spend part of your Sunday.
Food was great, although the service was slow. The server forgot to give us the bread, didn't check on us at all, and my setting was missing a fork. So there are bits and pieces that could have been better. But otherwise, it was a great place for the suburbs dining. Get the good food without worrying about traffic into Boston.
If in Lexington, it is THE CHOICE. Excellent food. Spotty service.
Artistry on The Green is so beautifully appointed, part of a well-run hotel, but WAY too understaffed on the restaurant floor.
The kitchen gets it done and then some.
They should invest in staff and it would be a perfect 10.
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