My wife & I had a mid-week lunch at Arts & Eats, at the end of the Florida winter tourist season.
The Village of the Arts was very quiet, the street not busy, and the restaurant half empty.
We sat at a very comfortable outdoor table, conversing with some very interesting diners at an adjacent table, awaiting our meals.
We had the chicken tagine and the Indian curry crepes.
Both were very tasty. However, for the prices, a larger serving of chicken in the tagine, and a fuller crepe would have been appreciated.
The small bungalow laid-back atmosphere, the friendliness and efficiency of the staff, and the neighborhood ambiance makes this place a great casual dining stop in Bradenton.
I hear that their desserts are delicious, and the evening live music is a treat.
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