Gone are the days when museum goers had to put up with day old sandwiches wrapped in plastic. This cafe is one of a growing number of true restaurants attached to a museum where you can get a quality meal at a pretty reasonable price. There were four of us and we had soup, sandwiches, salads and drinks that appealed to each. Yes, it is cafeteria style, but the staff are so friendly and helpful, you almost felt you were being "served". Would have liked the out-front menu be more specific that it was only listing that day's "specials" - as there were many more choices once you got inside. And the outdoor seating area was just great.
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