Artisans’ Business Lunch Is A Deal Of Divine Choices Near Downtown Houston
Did you know you can get a hearty, elegant, three-course lunch by Chef Jacques Fox for just $29 at Artisans Restaurant? It’s located mere minutes from downtown’s bustling business district at 3201 Louisiana and features both a convenient parking garage and a valet.
Artisans’ business lunch is perfect for those trying to close a deal as well as for coworkers just seeking midday downtime over excellent fare.
The three-course business lunch is a remarkable deal, but diners can elevate it to an even more memorable experience by upgrading to the $45 Savoir Faire lunch. In addition to your choice of business lunch courses, Artisans will add a tasting course of selections by Chef Fox that may include lobster bisque, foie gras or scallops.
Take a look at this week’s spectacular menu:
- Creamy Potato Leek Soup with Roasted Garlic Crostini and Topped with Herb Cheese Spread
- Soup of the Day
- Chef Jacques’ Caesar Salad with Strawberries, Roasted Corn and Avocado
- Artisans Mixed Green Salad with Caramelized Bacon and Lemon Vinaigrette
- Pistachio-Crusted Chilean Sea Bass
- Mussels Velouté, with Creamy Risotto and Sugar Snap Peas
- Lobster Tail with Armoricaine Sauce, Parmesan Risotto and Asparagus
- Black Pepper-Crusted Beef Tenderloin with Green Peppercorn Sauce
The Pastry Chef’s Dessert of The Day
With a classy, well-appointed private dining room and a 28-seat chef’s counter surrounding the open kitchen, Artisans is also able to accommodate business meetings and larger groups.
Of course, the delectable offerings continue at dinner as well, making a stop at Artisans a perfect way to cap off the evening. Drop in for a light entrée and a glass of wine, or indulge in the sumptuous Gastronomique Six Course.
Call 713-529-9111 to make a reservation for lunch or dinner today!
Phaedra Cook has written about Houston’s restaurant and bar scene since 2010. She was a regular contributor to My Table magazine (now closed) and was the lead restaurant critic for the Houston Press for two years, eventually being promoted to food editor. Cook founded Houston Food Finder in November 2016 and has been its editor and publisher ever since.