TM Recommends: See Modern Art (and Eat Delicious Food) at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Museum fatigue needn’t afflict you at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts’ stunning new Nancy and Rich Kinder Building. Avoid that zombie stare by taking frequent breaks at Cafe Leonelli, the casual, cafeteria-style restaurant on the first floor. The tall, white room is a delight—with floor-to-ceiling glass walls, indoor and outdoor seating, and a ceiling covered in filament light bulbs that might remind you of an Alexander Calder sculpture. The cafe opens at 8 a.m. every morning, so you can start with coffee and a light breakfast, like Greek yogurt or coffee cake with almond streusel. Then you can come back for lunch, which might be a porchetta sandwich. A very early dinner is possible, too (the cafe closes at 5 p.m.)—maybe roasted salmon tricked…View Original Post
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