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Artisan Eatery proves you can combine great food, casual dining, and quick service. In fact, Artisan Eatery co-owner, Chef Timothy Yoa, graduated from the International Culinary School at the Art Institute of Philadelphia. He also trained in the city's top restaurants.After 25 years there, Chef Yoa became sous chef at Naples Grande Beach Resort. Now, he brings his amazing cooking talents to Fort Myers. Artisan Eatery collaborates with local and national farmers and purveyors to provide the best quality, best tasting, freshest ingredients possible. The chef-driven restaurant aims to provide carefully and thoughtfully prepared food in a quick-serve environment and strives to deliver a made-from-scratch…
This place is a nice change for Fort Myers. We had the burger special and the Greek flatbread. The burger was good. Flatbread was very good. Service was ok. They had awesome looking desserts but we didn’t try on this visit. We will go back...More
No greeting was given. No acknowledgment whatsoever. We were seen, but ignored. Waitress watched us walk out the door and still did not say a word. I hope this doesnt happen often as I'm sure it cant be good for lasting business.More
Date of visit: June 2019
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HealyYoa, Owner at Artisan Eatery, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
I am extremely sorry for your experience at Artisan Eatery. This is completely not the normal for us. I have brought this to the attention to my staff and gave let them know we are highly disappointed.
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I had one last night for the first time and I have to say was great. Just like growing up. I was born raised and lived in philly for 30 years so I think I’m qualified to critique! Your meat is great! I’ll be back.
Cozy and comfortable with fresh flowers on every table. Delicious food with unique twists--like pickled cabbage on the chicken wrap--make this place a real treat. Truffle french fries with parmesan were great. Awesome desserts!
Have a good breakfast with reasonable prices, but lunch prices awful.
Ordered burger, no bun, on lettuce, toppings on side. Burger burnt, one piece of lettuce, no toppings and charged $14 and no sides. Square 1 has better quality, includes side, and costs less.
Nothing usual, everything exceptional, wether breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. Our brunch, truffles eggs Benedict and NY pastrami hash should tell you about this accomplished chef. The staff is welcoming, informative, congenial while always unobtrusive. This is local and independent at its best.
Friendly service. Loved the menu for breakfast. We had their eggs Benedict on a croissant with prosciutto with a light lemony mustard hollandaise. Their homemade donuts were lightly fried and not greasy. Yum!
Went here for breakfast after reading reviews. And it was the worst place ever. The service, food and atmosphere is all bad. When I watch someone cleaning tables (spraying cleaning fluid) with gloves on then goes and prepares food with the same gloves there is...More
We had visited for the first time this past weekend. Well Heather was our first contact-she has an incredible warm & accommodating personality! She truly went out of her way with a big smile to make sure everything was great during our visit-she is definitely...More