Best Museum Restaurants in the U.S.

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Palettes, Denver Art Museum; Denver

Chef Kevin Taylor opened this café in 1997. His New American menu spans from Anaheim chiles rellenos to a silken corn soup with barbecued shrimp. Some dishes play on the restaurant's name: Ingredients in the Cobb salad are arrayed like a painter's palette. Others are riffs on the museum's exhibitions: During a recent Yves Saint Laurent show, the menu included chic takes on retro French staples like trout amandine and steak frites.

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