11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY
Food is always a top priority when we're visiting New York. Even when we were perusing the Tim Burton exhibit at the MOMA, food was completely and 100 percent on my mind. Thankfully we were able to squeeze into MOMA's Cafe 2, which serves up variety of fresh, delicious Italian food.
The most reasonably priced of all the MOMA restaurants, Cafe 2 holds a pleasant Italian surprise. We arrived for lunch to discover that the cafe dishes up a wide array of tasty, fresh Italian foods, including antipasti, tramezzini, panini, cured meats, pasta, cheese, salads and soups. The space is large and airy, designed with a modern, minimalist Danish bent. Guests order and pay at the large room-length glass food counter, which displays almost all the menu items, before being seated and served at large communal tables.
|A trio of bruschetta|
The cafe is only available to museum visitors. Reservations not accepted - Cafe 2 is on a first-come, first-serve basis.