My husband and I had brunch here recently. I had an excellent Bloody Mary, nicely spiced. The food was divine, we both had Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon. The salmon was sliced thinly and there was plenty of it. The eggs were hand poached, an art I have yet to accomplish at home. The accompanying greens were very fresh and lightly dressed. We ordered a strawberry dessert but a chocolate one was delivered by mistake. It looked so good we didn't say a word and just dug in. A few moments later our waiter came by and noticed that we had received the wrong one and insisted on bringing the correct one so we ended up with two delicious desserts, hardly something to complain about. There was a jazz combo, piano and base, that were superb, playing the classics. There was plenty of floor space so husband and I got up and danced. No one seemed to mind and we had a great time. My husband said it was one of the best brunches he can remember. A great way to rest your feet between visiting the galleries at the Museum.