Christina Rees and Rainey Knudson count down Glasstire’s favorite museum restaurants in Texas.
“We eat. You eat. We go to museums. You go to museums. There are some really good places to eat when you need a break from your art viewing.”
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The Modern is also my favorite restaurant. Their cocktails are handcrafted and good selection of wine.
Several years back, I had the best ratatouille I have ever ate at the Fort Worth Modern cafe. I think the critic Ego would have even loved it.