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POSTED BY Ed (36 days ago)
Seven of the best spots around the world that go beyond cafeteria-style dining.

As museums become ever more expensive to build—and to visit—it makes sense that the stereotype of the museum café is also undergoing a metamorphosis. “People think an institution is just fated to have ‘institutional’ food, but a fantastic museum should have food to match,” says Sonja Finn, the Pittsburgh chef recently tasked with running the culinary program at the Carnegie Museum of Art.

Around the world, that sentiment is increasingly the case, as top-flight museums now are more likely to serve house-made charcuterie and Grüner Veltliner than Super Pretzels and Snapple. Here’s where to find them.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-02-16/best-new-museum-restaurants-nyc-sf-dc-amsterdam-stockholm


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