Yesterday, I shared highlights from my recent visit to the Nasher Museum with my family. Well no visit is complete without dining at the Nasher Cafe.
Winner of Open Table Diners Choice 2015, it did not disappoint. It’s set in a open bright area adjacent to the museum lobby with patio dining available.
The restaurant is one of the many culinary dining experiences of the Giorgios Hospitality Group. A native of Greece, Giorgios Bakatsias has been the creative force behind more than 25 restaurants, food venues and gourmet markets in the Triangle.
My daughter ordered off the kids menu for fruit plate and her own little deconstructed sandwich.
Crayons and coloring options to spark your lil one’s creativity
Hot Chocolate Smiles..no whipped cream but the staff customized with steamed milk foam and chocolate drizzle. How fun!
The kids menu is for ages 12 and below. All kids meals are served with choice of fresh fruit or kettle chips. #outandaboutAva loved dipping her apple slices in the nutella. Finger foods are a hit with kids!
They have a special weekend brunch menu on Sat and Sundays. It was hard to choose when so many items looked appealing. We finally settled on the Steak and Eggs and the Fajita Omelette. Both were done to perfection.
We had one of their specialty blackberry cocktails and a classic mimosa. These always mean “BRUNCH TIME” !!
Two cookies almost bigger than her face !
Molten Lava Cake was GOOOOD !!!!!
We all really enjoyed everything. Service was awesome and our waitress couldn’t have been better.
Perfect spot for culture and food in a stylish comfortable setting.