After a major renovation, the Museum Café is once again open. The space has been transformed into a vibrant and modern environment that not only offers a new layout, decor, and seating but also a refreshing culinary experience where the food—healthier and more varied—takes center stage. Enjoy globally-influenced cuisine including tacos, stir fries, sandwiches, salads, soups, charcuterie, desserts, smoothies, espresso, and other beverages.
Self-service dining: 11:00–4:00 Light bar menu on Thursday evenings: 5:00–7:30
Lower level, McKinlock Court
Group dining vouchers are available for purchase. Please call the café manager at (312) 443-3747 to order your vouchers. School groups can register for lunch from the Kids' Café.
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