The food was great at this interesting cafe, and the waitress was very patient with our questions and requests for substitutions. The decor is very interesting, and includes the artists collections of various items such as vintage radios (displayed on the walls) and knick knacks (such as china dogs displayed in a case on our table). This cafe is worth visiting even if you don't visit the museum.
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