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These Museum Bars Should Be a Part of Their Exhibitions

Discover why these museums are no longer just places for art contemplation.

If you’re an art lover, chances are you go to museums often. And today we are giving you another great reason to hang out at your favorite museum for a little bit longer. The following museum bars and restaurants are so gorgeous, they should be a part of their museum’s permanent exhibitions. Scroll down to see what we are talking about!

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Storico, New York Historical Society, New York City

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British chef Tim Kensett is the man in charge at Storico, in the New York Historical Society. The chef brought with him an Italian inspiration that is wowing everyone in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. As far as the bar design is concerned, you can bright colors that contrast against the white background, as well as a lot of textures, such as marble counters, wooden floorings, and mirrored walls.


170 Central Park West, NYC

The Magazine, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London

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The Magazine is not just a stunning museum restaurant. It also offers a menu filled with refined delicacies, where you will most likely have one of the best dining experiences during your stay in London. The restaurant was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, hence all the sumptuous shapes and edgy design.


West Carriage Drive London W2

Untitled, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City

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An amazing thing about this museum cafe is that it is actually open from breakfast all the way through dinner! And while you may go to the Whitney Museum of American Art for the artwork, you might find yourself staying for Untitled’s modern interior design, with large glass windows that overlook the plaza right outside.


99 Gansevoort Street, NYC

Terzo Piano, Art Institute of Chicago

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Terzo Piano is run by Chef Tony Mantuano, famous for his Italian style cuisine. You can enjoy the chef’s meals everyday for lunch, but bare in mind that dinner is only served on Thursdays, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. As for the interiors, you will find a wide dining room furbished with some amazing contemporary and sleek furniture designs, which will make you want to keep coming back for lunch.


159 East Monroe Street, Chicago

The Modern, MoMA, New York City

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Not only is The Modern a part of one of the most famous and best museums in the world, MoMA, but this outstanding restaurant is also the proud recipient of two Michelin stars! Not only will you be enjoyin the best of fine dining, but if you look outside, you will also be amazed by works by Matisse and Picasso, exhibited in the sculpture garden. Need any more reasons to book a table?


9 West 53rd Street, NYC

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