Bias alert, I am a fan of art museum cafes. They tend to have a bit of innovative fare along with burger and fry standbys. You do not need a ticket to the museum to eat in the cafe. The majority of complaints in a place like this come from crowding. The Chihuly Museum is a classic example of "red green" traffic flow, too many, too few people and that impacts the cafe. It is named after the collections, if you are into beer openers, pocket knives, Mexican silver ashtrays, inkwells, or old school fishing lures, (that was our table), they are under the glass at the tables, or on the walls. Kathy had the soup of the day, a lentil curry with crisp veggies and their potato salad, (one of the best German style I have ever tasted). I had the Panini of the day, (pork belly, the aiolio leaked very badly, too liquid) and the rosemary fries, (tasted like any other fries, but cooked to perfection). Good stop, glad we did it, probably will not be back.
GooglePlace - September 2017
Have been here multiple times for lunch and am always impressed by the food! Salads are wonderful, the crab cakes are light and delicious. Signature burger and the clam chowder are favorites as well. Arrive early to beat the lunch rush during the summer!
GooglePlace - August 2017
Cozy and yummy!
This small restaurant has a very unique decor. The staff are friendly. The food is delicious and fresh. They have a fun activity worksheet for the kids and a kids menu. They con of this place will be - they take a very long time to get your food and their table knives couldn't cut the meat well. Over all - it's a lovely restaurant, very relaxing and delicious food!
GooglePlace - July 2017