Shining like a jewel after dark, thanks to amazing lighting that illuminates the glass frontage with a slowly revolving rainbow of colours, Artigiano brings a new level of style to Belsize Village, a fume-free and private alternative to Hampstead. Opened at the end of 1998, its premises have been gutted and extended by designer Tony Thomas, with glass canopies front and back giving masses of light during the day and Colorflow lighting, by Atmospheric design, creating a wonderful atmosphere in the evenings.
Colorflow lighting is a system that has been discreetly used, both to advertise the restaurant from the outside and to create an ambience of warmth within. The design of Artigiano is thoroughly contemporary and uncluttered, with great use of colour, light and space - the glass frontage folds away to open the restaurant up to create an al-fresco dining experience on warm summer evenings.
By the way...
….every year Artigiano does the most splendid Christmas Day lunch. It’s a lovely alternative if you can’t face all the preparation involved in creating a perfect day at home. You are guaranteed a wonderful time, as Luigi along with his team extend a warm welcome to all and the kitchen delights you with a mouth-watering menu that will leave you with that contented feeling that always follows after a good meal, and not a dirty dish in sight! Another special night at Artigiano is New Year’s Eve, always popular and always swinging.