Chef special was good! Small quaint place! Nice waiter, but owner was not friendly at all! In fact very cold! Will not be back!
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The food and service were hit and miss. My chicken was delicious but my husband’s fish was over cooked. My asparagus was so bitter I couldn’t eat it and since the waitress never checked on us after bringing the food, it wasn’t until we were...More
We spent a nice luncheon at A & E. Taffy was served before we ordered. Our waiter brought water for her before we could even ask for it. He explained some interesting specials which we took advantage of: potato garlic soup and chef salad. I...More
Chef Jim and Donna offer amazing food, tremendous hospitality and warmth in a quirky, fun restaurant. Everything is fresh, real food; tasty with unique presentation. My spouse and I have eaten at Arts & Eats many times since we moved to the area a couple...More
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Quirky atmosphere, a little loud once it filled up. Hummus was good, cauliflower appetizer tasty but the portion was very small. Crab salad was sweating when served, meaning it was pre-made. Dressing was flavorless and I suspect by the amount of crab is really was...More
The crabmeat we serve at Arts & Eats is the best quaility you can find anywhere without catching it yourself. It is certainly NOT artificial crab...and yes we are very generous with the portion. We would never serve a substitute for the real thing here....More
First of all we were the only people there when we went to the restaurant. I read a lot of great reviews before we went but they were so wrong on so many levels. The restaurant is in a small cottage in the arts district...More
We're sorry you didn't enjoy your visit. One question: Why didn't you tell us this when you were here? We could have made you another dish. We're a tiny place and depend on making our guests happy to maintain our reputation. We went over to...More
Chef Jim Copening is an artist in the kitchen. The Fried Parmesian Rice Balls were outstanding. I shared my Truffled Crab, Shrimp and fresh pasta with my wife, who liked my dish more than her Paella. I thought my dish was excellent and her Paella...More
Thanks so much for taking the time to review our place. Thanks for coming in to see us!
Fresh ingredients and an honest attempt at creative cuisine. Bread was disappointing, home made.....probably yesterday, and toasted to mimic freshness. My husband enjoyed the fried chicken, my $33 seafood pasta was ok. The whole experience felt honest but amateur. And yes, fairly expensive for what...More
I checked this web site for times for lunch, even phoned and only got a recording. Arrived at approx. 12:20 to be rudely told that they were not opened for lunch except for Fri and Sat. This is the second time we have attempted to...More
We apologize for confusion with the hours on the web site. It has been fixed. We changed our hours from last season. The chef says he's sorry if you were offended by the conversation. Please keep in mind that he does prep during the closed...More
Were in the art district and decided to eat at Arts and Eats (again). The food, service and atmosphere was wonderful. If you are in the area, don't miss it.