New Year’s Eve 2015

December 9, 2015


Artusi | 4-11pm
5-courses- $65 per person + tax & gratuity (limited bar menu available)
Optional Wine Pairing: $35

Stuart and team will craft a 5-course dinner inspired by the cookbook; The Science of Cooking and the Art of Eating Well from our namesake, Pellegrino Artusi. Written in 1891, Artusi was the first to include recipes from all the different regions of Italy in a single cookbook and, if you love Italian food, it should be part of your essential collection.


Scallop cruda with poached meyer lemon, blood orange gel and chicharon

Paradise soup with melted foie gras and watercress

Oxtail tortellini crispy celery root

Duck leg confit with sunchoke rosti and saba

Hazelnut cake with buttermilk gelato and anisette chocolate sauce



Patio at Artusi.

June 20, 2015
by artusi

The patio is open, come and enjoy some of Connor’s tequila sherry punch (tequila, sherry, pineapple, lemon, lime and cinnamon). We also have a house cured salmon special tonight with Willowood new potatoes and baby lettuces in hazelnut vinaigrette.

Artusi featured in Société Perrier

February 14, 2013

Did you know Artusi offers vinegar-based cocktails? Our tasty selection of unique yet palatable cocktails was recently featured in Société Perrier, and we hope you stop by to try them soon! When we talk about vinegar for cocktails, we’re not referring to traditional apple cider or red wine vinegars. Rather, we use Northern Italian Acetoria Artisan Vinegars that come in flavors such as fig, tomato, black currant, and mango, to name a few. Using these vinegars, we come up with non-alcoholic concoctions, such as Elroy’s Boy (blackberry vinegar, sugar, lemon, and soda), or drinks with a kick like The Miller’s Crossing (blackberry vinegar, gin, amaro montenegro, cassis and lavender bitters). See our complete list of cocktails here.

Read more about our tasty cocktails in Société Perrier, and check out photos!