Artizen, Crafted American Kitchen & Bar at The Camby has a different approach when it comes to food. Rather than divide its newly launched menu by appetizer, sides, etc., the dishes are separated by “snack,” “soil,” “entrees” and “butcher’s block.”
The goal is to be cheeky and literal while reflecting the “where” and “why” behind the ingredients. For example, “soil” features dishes from the garden, whereas “snacks” are small bites you’d take from the pantry – if you lived with a chef, that is.
Recommendations from our new summer menu include Parisian gnocchi, sunchokes, smoked lamb neck bucatini and the tomahawk ribeye.
– Dushyant Singh, Artizen, Crafted American Kitchen & Bar