The theatre-level facility itself is surprisingly small and thus cramped compared to the parent museum's open architecture and spaciousness. The food counter and prep space - and the lone staff member - are located around a small corner, and not visible when one first enters: visually a bit shabby, to be honest. The staff needed to be roused from texting, but was friendly enough thereafter. My order was taken promptly, but the staff did not know that a white zinfandel was available nor whether the wine was oak-aged. The veggie wrap was ample and tasty, and I was able to eat outside in the adjacent sculpture garden. The meal's cost was a bit high, but attributable to its function as a funding source for the museum itself.
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