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About Artisans Restaurant
French eclectic, steaks, seafood, Fine Cuisine, Artistic Talent, and Breathtaking Decor, if you enjoy these luxuries, make Artisans your next dining destination.
The owners of Artisans Restaurant have created a place unlike any other. The vast working kitchen is in the middle of the restaurant, with views from every seat in the building. The culinary team works like an orchestra, where their composer is the owner/executive chef and they work in unison to create art for their audience consistently while paying attention to every detail.
Houston, TX 77006
French, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Mon-Fri 11:00AM-2:00PM
Dinner: Mon-Wed 5:00PM-10:00PM, Thur-Sat 5:00PM-11:00PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Contact sales for catering options
Garage connected to building for self parking
3201 Louisiana bus stop
Main street metro
Private Party Facilities:
Artisans' private dining rooms can accommodate up to 80 people and feature delicious French cuisine in a beautiful and inviting environment perfect for business events and parties.
Private Party Contact:
Jonathon Baker: (713) 529-9111
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Features up to four rooms that can be made completely private. The first is the beautiful Salon that is AV equipped and seats up to 80 people. Second is our Medieval Room that can seat one large party of up to 24 or can be divided to seat two parties of 12 each. The next is the Wine Room with a view of our Cellar and Fleur de Lis decor.
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Artisans Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Beautiful restaurant with ambiance for a special occasion or date night. I brought my grown kids to town and had promised my daughter (who studied french in college) to bring her to this swanky french restaurant. She loved it, and invited a friend along for the fun. Great experience in a classy atmosphere with delicious food!
Dined on a Friday night, glad we got a quiet table as requested. the restaurant has separate dining areas for large groups/ parties, so everyone can be comfortable depending how lively the atmosphere they want to be. the bar seating with the open kitchen is great! tried the tasting menu. a bit of " Americanized" french flavours and portions of the tasting menu could be smaller, but we are in Texas...I guess Chef needs to adapt.. lots of interesting food combinations, some "stretch" your taste buds (like foie gras, for ex, with baklava - sweet and sweeter) but overall good.
ALL (!) wine pairings were absolutely spot on, very impressive.
service was very good, attentive without being a nuisance.
As a "critique" feedback : from the restaurant of this level, table linen or some sort of place-mat arrangements is expected (ie putting the cutlery on the bare wooden table is good for pubs..) also, at one point in time the waiter just used her hand to wipe the crumbles off the table (again, an odd gesture from a restaurant where you pay 300 USD for dinner for 2) .
overall, good evening, good impressions but probably not the one we would put on the list to go back regularly.
It was our 15 year anniversary. We sat at the kitchen bar/chefs table and it felt like dinner and a show. Gregory was amazing. He went the owner, Mr. Fox, over to say hello and he ended up giving us a tour of the kitchen! The food was amazing. I have to try the lobster bisque everywhere I go and theirs did not disappoint. My cocktail was one of a kind! The food and service and experience were unparalleled, we've been telling everyone!
Have been here several times and have never been disappointed. Consistent great service and food is always creative and delicious. Upbeat atmosphere. I would highly recommend eating outside if weather permits. Great for people watching! My favorite dishes the octopus. I must try!
Took the wife here for our wedding anniversary. We came on a weeknight so it may have been quieter than usual but that suited the occasion for us.
Everything from the food to our waiter, Freddi, were on point. The ribeye was one of the best I have ever had.
Highly recommended, I wish we had another reason to come out more often.
Repeat visit for our monthly foodie club. Continues to be outstanding for food, service
has improved, and remodel seems to have made interior more patron friendly. Not all
counter seating as in the past. Wine list complete, not overdone, moderately expensive.
Will be a repeat for our group.
The wine list leaves a lot to be desired, for a french restaurant, the French wine selection was both too young and rather limited. The food was fine. I think the best way I would describe it is rustic fare. It was what you'd expect if you were invited into someone's country home in France and they whipped up a quick meal. Not fancy french food by and not particularly excellent "country fare." While there was nothing to complain about the food, there was nothing special either. And the prices definitely reflect something special. With all the other options in Houston, we will likely not return.
Great food and great value! Went for restaurant week. The potato leek soup was devine. The short rib entree was great. The creme bulee was wonderful, but the mango mouse was a feast for the eyes and the palate!!! Oh, did I say the bread was the best French bread I've had in Houston! Love it!!!
Best French restaurant in Houston. By far. This month we went with the Restaurant Week menu which really does not do the restaurant justice, but is still very very good and a steal: terrine de porc; ribs; mango parfait; great cocktails.
Service as always was wonderful And Jacques -- the sexy wonderful propietere- makes everyone feel welcome.
My husband and I have been to Artisans several times and always loved it. We brought my sister and all ordered from the HRW menu. I was unimpressed with the food. The chicken wellington was OK, but rather dry. The crème brulee was boring. The salad was the best part. It was quite disappointing. We'll likely go again because we had previously enjoyed it, but I'll have to think twice about it.
I had read the reviews and was really looking forward to a great dinner. The food was ok, but honestly the food was avg for the taste. I do not plan on going back. For the price point I was expecting a very tasty meal but there was not enough sauce to cover the chicken, the chicken was very dry and tasteless.
Was on an overnight jaunt to the big city to see an exhibit at MFAH. Researched French restaurants and decided on Artisans. The menu is so appealing, I expected to get a good dinner. My expectations were too low. I got a great dinner, start to finish. This is a real jewel in downtown Houston. Food that thoughtfully sourced and well prepared would be a value at twice the price. Please patronize Artisans. I want to know that it will be there when I'm back in town.
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