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Wow - what a disappointment. I'd been to ArtBar before and was happy to suggest it for a lunch gathering of coworkers in from out of town. What a mistake that was. It would've been really nice to get a heads up that we'd be dining in a CONFERENCE ROOM IN A HOTEL - not in the restaurant.
After being redirected down hallways to a conference room (the breakfast buffet was still set up from the morning), we were seated by someone who somehow kept a straight face, and then were promptly ignored for the next 20 min. Shocking considering there was one other group in the whole room.
Food was fine, but incredibly disappointed in the lack of service, much less acknowledgement of what we'd be walking into. Instead it felt like the crew tried to pretend it was business as usual.
I won't be back.
It took over an hour to get our second course and when we did receive it the food had clearly been reheated. Portions were cold while other portions were too hot. No one addressed the issue until the food was ready so we were left to sit wondering for an hour what was happening. We were ready to walk out when the food finally came so we stayed to finish. It was a 4 course prefix menu. The portions were oversized and the kitchen was off timing. Food was not good enough quality to make up for the poor service.
Exceptional service from waitress. She had great recommendations and was very attentive.
Absolutely ruined our Thanksgiving. The ambiance was 2nd rate Ground Round chain restaurant set in a convenience store; the food was really bad -- mushy oily stuffing, unseasoned sweet potatos, rhe cranberry sauce had NO SUGAR --really truly terrible. My daughter felt so sick from the horrible dressing and the very loud space that we asked them to Pack our meal. They packed
Up the horrible mushy vegetables and didn't include any of the dessert-- the only edible dish. Never again. Never.
We had a lovely delicious thanksgiving meal here and the staff could have been more kind and accommodating.
My husband and I drove in from the North Shore to dine for the Thanksgiving Dinner. When I read that the stuffing/dressing was made with brioche, I was excited. The price of $50/pp was in the middle of our price range, so we booked it.
The meal was delicious for the most part and the brioche stuffing was even better than anticipated. The turkey was the bomb- thick slices of white meat and smaller pieces of dark- also so tender. But no bread rolls? I admit, we should have asked why.
The dessert pies were very disappointing. The pie crust on one was rancid tasting. The bacon caramel sauce was a great idea, but was not tasty for some reason.
The whole staff was pleasant and we drove home happy and thankful.
We had our thanksgiving meal at Artbar. Food was great and server, Cornellia, was better.
The waiter was very helpful and made my son's birthday a special day!
My wife and I have had brunch/lunch at Art Bar on numerous occassions and have always found the food delicious, the ambiance relaxing, and the service excellent. I highly recommend “Texas in Cambridge” from the brunch menu and my wife has great things to say about the salads. We especially enjoy the patio during any of the warm months from spring through fall.
One of the few places where you can sit right on the water at this part it is the river beautiful view of the Boston skyline, boats the science museum. Indoor or outdoor dining ...both has views. very nice selection of Boston favorites salads and a good cocktail list. Only downside is when they do validate for parking is still going to cost you $15.