|Cuisine Type |||French, Spanish|
|Ambiance |||Good For Kids|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Payment |||Diner's Club En Route, Interac, MasterCard, Visa, Cash|
|Getting There |||take #9 from downtown core on 7th Ave and 2nd St S.W.|
|Cross Street |||turns off Edmonton Trail and turns on to 1st Avenue|
|Wed-Sun: 9AM-3PM Fri-Sat: 6PM-10PM|
Profile Last Updated: June 02, 2008
Nothing beats a late Saturday brunch, when there’s nary a care in the world. Stop in and experience the crisp, clean, down-home feel and taste of Artisan Bistro. Discover why it’s quickly gaining a reputation for its Spanish (Catalonian) and French menu, so reminiscent of more relaxed days. The personalized service, soothing music and small grouped tables invite you to stay awhile and linger over your coffee.
The March of Seasons Means Changing Menus
Whether you’re there for breakfast, lunch, dinner or brunch, Artisan Bistro’s offerings stay fresh with the seasons. Try the hearty Spanish chorizos, folded into omelettes for breakfast. Popular dishes with the hungry lunch crowds include tapas, cheese empanadas and seafood paella. For dinner, there is a choice of tapas, salads and entrée selections of lamb, seafood, salmon and chicken. Make sure you don’t leave until you try the homemade desserts, such as chocolate torte and rum, and raisin bread pudding. Finish the meal with a dollop of the chef’s very own pumpkin ice cream or special house cappuccino.
The Warmth of Home with an Upscale European Ambience
Located in up-and-coming Bridgeland, Artisan Bistro attracts the baby boomers, empty nesters and young professionals in the vicinity. The warm colours of the butternut walls and cherry wood finished bar stools and chairs invite conversational vignettes. Artisan Bistro is definitely a must-visit restaurant!
Phone ahead: Call ahead for takeout orders or eat-in.