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Catch Sight of the Most Delightful Museums Restaurants and CafésWednesday 23 August 2017
Although museums and galleries are the best institutions to breathe art, history, and culture, some of them also feature the best restaurants and cafés around the world, especially in regions like New York, Rome, France, and London. Consequently, COVETED will display a selection of eight of the most delightful dining destinations whether if you are looking for a fine dining or casual experiences, these are bound to make your visit even more memorable.
⇒ The Modern at MoMA, New York City
Belonging to Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, The Modern at MoMA has been honoured with two Michelin stars and provides a prix-fixe menu that features dishes, such as slow cooked sea bass in watercress broth and lobster steamed in spinach. The dining venue has a sculpture garden filled with works of art by Matisse and Picasso.
⇒ The Magazine at Serpentine Sackler Gallery (London)
Located at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, the Magazine restaurant is best known for its exquisite visual design which was conceived by Zaha Hadid Architects as well as a sumptuous culinary experience headed by Chef Emmanuel Eger who creates delicious dishes, such as Scottish salmon tartare and grilled octopus with chorizo.
⇒ Palettes at Denver Art Museum
Located in the Denver Art Museum, Palettes is one of the first chef-driven museum restaurants in the world. The restaurant provides sweeping views of the museum’s Hamilton building due to flawless floor-to-ceiling windows. Characterized by a modern American cuisine, at Palettes guests can savour mouthwatering dishes, including the Colorado lamb burger as well as fresh soft-egg ravioli with truffle butter and a pork-loin schnitzel.
⇒ Untitled at the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York City)
This is another Danny Meyer restaurant and benefits from Chef Suzanne Cupps expertise and management. At Untitled, guests can taste a wide variety of dishes and brunch cocktails from Pork Bolognese to the Gansevoort Shandy made with beer, Cappelletti, and lemon. Its design is modern and features striking details.
⇒ The Café Jacquemart-André at the Musée Jacquemart-André (France)
This Parisian restaurant and tea room is located in the mansion’s former dining room where the museum is set. Some of the highlights of this prestigious café are the pastries from Pâtisserie Stohrer to Michel Fenet’s Petite Marquise. An exciting particularity about this dining venue is that the menu changes pursuant to what is being exhibited at the moment.
⇒ Halcyon at the Mint Museum (North Carolina)
The Mint Museum is the oldest art museum in the state of North Carolina. The museum presents a stunning restaurant, Halcyon that is described as “a celebration of artisanal farms, dairies, and wineries from the Carolinas and beyond.” The menu curated by Chef James Stouffer is characterized by a combination of local ingredients that come together in dishes, such as fried oysters and Kobe beef tartare as well as scallop and pork belly served with local mushrooms.
⇒ Robert Restaurant at the Museum of Arts and Design (New York City)
The view from Robert, looking out over Central Park and Columbus Circle from atop the Museum of Arts and Design, is stunning. The menu is fresh and vibrant, with dishes like octopus with clams and pearl onions, tagliatelle with black summer truffles and Atlantic cod with a miso glaze. The cocktail list is impressive as well, with riffs on classics like the Mad Manhattan made with Woodford Reserve or a New York Sour with Michter’s Rye and Malbec. The restaurant is open for lunch, dinner and tea service, and also frequently hosts live jazz performances.
⇒ Caffé Delle Arti at Galleria Nazionale D’Arte Moderna (Rome)
Astonishing art and scrumptious food are joined together at the beautiful Caffé delle Arti at Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, in Rome. In this endearing caffé, guests can enjoy fine Mediterranean and Italian cuisine and an extensive wine list.
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Source: Town and Country Magazine