With a menu as eclectic as its collection, Café G serves up a commitment to sourcing ingredients of the highest quality from local, independent producers and creates an artistic spin to its seasonal offerings.
Catered by executive chef Brian Alberg of The Red Lion Inn, the Terrace Café is a simplistic adaptation of Rockwell’s America. To complement its portrayal of the life Rockwell built through his paintings, the museum offers an equally appropriate ‘Rockwellian’ rendition with its simple culinary offerings.
From the carefully plotted trees and plants to the Community Mosaic wall by artist Kim Emerson, the courtyard of the Worcester Art Museum is the embodiment of living art. The menu at the Museum Café speaks to the WAM’s appreciation of nature. At WAM, food is art.
Salem’s Peabody Essex Museum partners with the Hawthorne Hotel to bring a light culinary flair to the Atrium Cafe. Art and community reign at Peabody Essex Museum on account of its vibrant, collaborative nature and open-door policy, but food takes center stage every third Thursday.
Food is the utmost undervalued form of artistic expression in the history of art and it beckons to belong to the reigning crowds of contemporary art.