Best Museum Restaurants in the U.S.

Across the country, ambitious empire builders have turned boring museum cafeterias into destination restaurants. From a New Orleans soda ...
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Café Modern, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; Fort Worth, TX

Designed by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando, this beautiful museum comprises a central reflecting pool and five pavilions with floor-to-ceiling windows. The café's chef, Dena Peterson, serves a globally inspired lunch and Friday night dinner, but is known for her down-home brunch, complete with a rockabilly sound track. Texas-style crowd-pleasers include dulce de leche French toast and Barbacoa Benedict: tender braised brisket and cage-free local eggs on toasted English muffins with roasted tomato–cilantro salsa.

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