The Grand Opening of the ARTISAN will be here before you know it! We’ve been dropping clues about what the ARTISAN Craft Kitchen menu will look like all summer – after months of menu development and research, we are finally ready to give you a peek at the menu for the first month after our Grand Opening!
The ARTISAN Craft Kitchen’s Executive Chef Jones Reeder and his incredible culinary team will constantly be creating innovative menus using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. The ARTISAN’s menu will naturally change with the seasons. During your first visit to the ARTISAN, you can expect to find hints of summer in each dish – here are a few of our favorites:
The Chef-Carved Mojo Pork is a Cuban-inspired bone-in Pork Roast marinated in Citrus and Garlic. Try it with our homemade Cilantro Lime Rice and Cuban Black Beans with Queso Fresco to be transported to a patio in Havana.
Our Baja Fish Tacos created with your choice of Almond and Panko crusted or Grilled Cod in a Flour Tortilla with Shaved Cabbage, Pico De Gallo and an Avocado Cream is the perfect light lunch to satisfy your #tacotuesday cravings.
Other entrees like Sweet Chili Glazed Salmon, Pecan Smoked Beef Brisket and Pad Thai Chicken Sauté as well as other dishes inspired by local and global cuisines will be featured in the ARTISAN Craft Kitchen. Check out our full entrée menu here.
The market-style service at the ARTISAN allows for a fast and casual dining experience in an upscale and modern setting – perfect for diners on the go! Some of our featured grab-n-go items are:
Our Prosciutto and Pear Flatbread made with Cilantro Prosciutto and fresh Pear with Gorgonzola and a Balsamic Glaze will change the way you think of flatbreads.
The Croque Monsieur is a Classic French Ham and Cheese topped with Béchamel and Toasted Swiss Cheese will have you dreaming of a rooftop terrace in Paris during your lunch hour.
Speaking of classics, the ARTISAN’s Muffuletta Panini made with Sliced Ham, Salami, Provolone and Pickled Relish pressed and topped with Shaved Lettuce, Tomato and Onions is a staple in New Orleans – and now in the Dallas Arts District