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5 Best Museum Restaurants

November 2, 2011 by

5 Best Museum Restaurants

Untitled, Whitney Museum, NYC

Untitled presents a contemporary take on the classic Manhattan coffee shop, and features the simple, comforting, and seasonal cooking of Executive Chef Chris Bradley, formerly the Executive Sous Chef of Gramercy Tavern.

The restaurant serves breakfast (all day) and lunch, with brunch on weekends. The menu features updates on coffee shop classics, all made with carefully sourced, local ingredients.

Dinner, offered exclusively on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night, features a three-course, set menu which changes weekly based on what’s fresh in the market and is served family style ($46, not including beverage, tax, and service).

Both Museum visitors and non-museum guests may dine at Untitled.

5 Best Museum Restaurants

The Modern, MOMA, NYC

Taking Museum dining to sophisticated new heights, The Modern is a fine dining restaurant located at the Museum of Modern Art featuring the original French-American cuisine of Alsatian-born Chef Gabriel Kreuther, with desserts by Marc Aumont.

Set in one of the world’s leading art institutions, design plays a major role in every aspect of the dining experience. Guests can enter the restaurant via its own street level entrance, as well as through the Museum itself. The restaurant is open beyond Museum hours including Tuesdays when the Museum is closed. In addition to the bar room, guests are also welcomed in the dining room for a more refined experience.

The Royal academy of art London

The Royal Academy of Arts is a new striking establishment by restaurant group Peyton and Byrne.

The Restaurant at the Royal Academy of Arts offers all day dining with waiter service. Restaurateur Oliver Peyton has worked closely with head chef Andrea Zuccolo to devise a menu that makes full use of primary British ingredients, in keeping with the framework of the restaurant.

The 250 square meter renovation highlights the long and memorable history of the Royal Academy of Arts with materials chosen to complement the existing fabric of the Regency building including marble, brass and velvet.

5 Best Museum Restaurants

Les Ombres restaurant on Musée du Quai Branly, Paris

Located in one of the most emblematic and innovative museums of the capital, this restaurant of a new generation really has more than one trick in store to conquer your gourmet heart.

Cafe Museo, SFMOMA, San Fransisco

Mediterranean-style restaurant located at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Museo serves an inventive menu of Italian-inspired dishes made from fresh, local ingredients and organic produce. Located in a light-filled space adjacent to the museum’s entrance on Third Street, we offer an espresso bar, indoor and outdoor seating, and a selection of wines by the glass.



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