After wandering around the IMA for a few hours it was nice to swing by the cafe for a quick bite to eat. The large windows, with a view of the fountains, make this a a comfortable place to pause. And the presentation of the food reminds you that you are in an art museum
The presentation of my soup and half sandwich was certainly a work of art. While it looked to pretty to eat, I did manage t get over my reluctance to destroy the art, because it was exceptionally tasty too. I had the house tomato soup which is served with just a hint of crunch basil on top and a 1/2 an artichoke sandwich. The creamy dip on the sandwich was extremely rich, and I can’t imagine eating twice as much. I am glad I opted for a 1/2 and 1/2.
The menu changes each week, so you may not be able to have exactly what I ordered, but whatever you have it is sure to be delicious.