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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 7:00am - 12:00pm; 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
Restaurant parking is available in our private parking lot off of Worthen Road. We ask that restaurant guests do not park in our Massachusetts Ave lot, as these spots are reserved for overnight guests.
In consideration to our neighbors, please do not park on the residential side streets off of Massachusetts Ave. If parking is unavailable in our Worthen Road lot, restaurant guests can park on Worthen Road toward Bedford Street.
Executive Chef Stacy Cogswell
Bar Dining, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Artistry On the Green Ratings and Reviews
We went for brunch (our usual place). They changed menu to breakfast buffet and food quality is not at par anymore. Will not go anymore which is unfortunate as we truly liked this place but for this kind of meals and the price it's not worth it. Cannot recommend for brunch.
So glad we have Artistry in the town of Lexington! I've been there many times, though this was my first buffet breakfast. I would suggest offering guests items from the menu (in addition to the buffet fare). The service is almost always excellent here, though this time I have to say that our waiter was not particularly friendly.
Snow had fallen, but the walkways had not been shoveled, leading to slippery, dangerous walking.
Happy New Year!
Artistry on the Green was the location of our annual Christmas dinner with our closest friends. We were not disappointed !! The meal was fabulous: all four of us pleased with our choices. Two of us had clam chowder which was outstanding. The service was excellent and the ambiance quiet and festive. We plan on making this our Christmas dinner spot next year!
We enjoyed our lunch very much indeed. The food was OK, but not too much more than that, though the portions were very generous and nicely served. The main thing that impressed us this time was the service -- so considerate and friendly and accommodating. Really remarkable. And the wine was good, too.
The buffet was plentiful but the choices were not that appealing. You could also have some dishes made. I had eggs Benedict. I was not impress. I had been to another restaurant the week before and had eggs Benedict there which was delicious. I also ordered a Bloody Mary which was watery and had no real flavor or zip, again the prior restaurants was perfect.
The dining area is large, and refreshingly uncrowded. You can actully hear everyone at your table talk , without having to strain or shout. The decor fits the colonial nature of downtown Lexington. The food was very good. The waiter was very professional, but was extemely busy, and as a result, attentivenss that I am sure he was capabable of , suffered a bit. Also, the food came out lukewarm due to the same issue I'm sure, but it was qucikly reheated.
This restaurant has started a fixed price brunch for $35 per person. I think that is steep especially as it is a buffet, although they will cook eggs to order. This sort of situation encourages me to overeat, so I try to avoid it. I enjoyed having brunch with my daughters nevertheless.
My husband and I were celebrating a special occasion. We had chosen Artistry on the Green after reading about it and driving by. The meal was excellent as was the service. We both had the lamb. My husband had the chowder and I had the carpaccio. Both the entree and appetizers were perfectly presented and delicious. We were seated at a corner table by a window which was romantic. The only negative observational we might offer is at the lack of ambiance. We were disappointed that the fireplace was not lit and that there were no flowers on the table for a chilly Saturday night. It seemed a bit stark for such a lovely old house.
I used to LOVE coming to this place for breakfast whenever I was in town, but that will no longer be the case unfortunately. Instead of their wonderful breakfast menu, they now have a sad buffet with very limited options. I even tried their omelette as the buffet only had 1-2 things out and it was dry, flavorless and took 20 minutes to bring out. I will not be going back.
I’ve had many lovely meals here in the past. This past visit was so disappointing. The lunch menu was less exciting than in the past. I chose a burger cooked medium with no bun or cheese and a side of mayo for my fries. First I got a burger with cheese. Sent it back and got one without cheese. Cooked rare. Sent it back again and got another one this time cooked well done (not medium like I ordered). And not only did they forget the mayo but also forgot the carmelized onions which was part of the dish as written, not a special order. They did bring me a second serving of fries without my asking, though I think it may have been unintentional. No alteration to the bill and I was late getting back to the office because of how long all the back and forth took.
Atmosphere is comfortable, pleasing to the eyes and conducive to conversation. Food is great, and service is knowledgeable, accommodating and friendly. I've only eaten in the library, which is spacious and feels very personal, but the main dining area looks elegant too. Easy access and parking are a plus. The food is delicious and the wine and beer list looks ample. I had lunch there this time, but have had fantastic dinners there in the past. Love this place.
Accompanying a friend on crutches, we found someone , smiling, awaiting us holding the door open; were given the table I requested, were served efficiently and cheerfully; we wolfed down the luscious quiche of the day and smoked salmon BLT.
Water glasses filled promptly when needed...
Six of us met for dinner. We had all been professional tasters and wanted to meet the chef to discuss the meal. He was away but the sous chef came to our table at the end of dinner and discussed what we all had. Most interesting was the duck with Chinese spices and the broth with the roasted cod. Largest and best meal according to one was the double lamb chop. One other had the scallops and lucked in because it was the end of the scallops and she had an extra. This was our second time and we will certainly return next year.
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