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America's Best Museum Restaurants

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Eugenia Uhl

With artful food and design, these new museum restaurants have ushered in a post-cafeteria era.

Café Noma, New Orleans Museum of Art

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With floor-to-ceiling windows and couches as well as seats at the bar and at high and low tables, Café Noma feels more like a living room than a restaurant. It’s open for lunch or snacking on bruschetta, a pulled-pork slider with slaw, a roasted gulf shrimp salad, or whatever else tickles your fancy. Owner Ralph Brennan’s “Eat Drink and Play” option of flatbread pizza with a glass of house red or white wine is available for $10 on Fridays. cafenoma.com

America's Best Museum Restaurants

Café Noma, New Orleans Museum of Art

With floor-to-ceiling windows and couches as well as seats at the bar and at high and low tables, Café Noma feels more like a living room than a restaurant. It’s open for lunch or snacking on bruschetta, a pulled-pork slider with slaw, a roasted gulf shrimp salad, or whatever else tickles your fancy. Owner Ralph Brennan’s “Eat Drink and Play” option of flatbread pizza with a glass of house red or white wine is available for $10 on Fridays. cafenoma.com

Eugenia Uhl
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