The Museum Café
Whether you're visiting the Museum's galleries or stopping in just for lunch, The Museum Café is sure to pleasantly surprise. Choose from a delectable selection of appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, entrées and desserts. Dine indoors or experience one of Worcester's few outdoor courtyard cafes.
Please note that the Café will be closed on Saturday, April 21, due to preparations for the Corporators Ball.
Reservations and Rental
Reservations for parties of eight or more may be made by calling 508.793.4357.
The Museum Café is also available for rental. Please call 508.793.4327 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Looking for a great cup of coffee? Beverages and snacks are available at the Sip cart in the Lancaster Welcome Center, Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-3pm.
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A new look for the Café!
The next time you visit the café, you'll notice a fresh new wall color and a magnificent landscape painting by Joseph H. Greenwood. The overmantel triptych, painted around 1912, is on loan from the family of Henry J. Ciborowski, a former WAM Trustee who passed away on February 6, 2016.
The landscape was commissioned by local industrialist Matthew J. Whittall (1843–1922) for Juniper Hall, his summer estate in Shrewsbury. The painting was originally applied directly to the wall in the house's grand foyer, where it remained until the building's demolition in 1979. The painting would have been destroyed had it not been for the enterprising efforts of Henry Ciborowski and his daughter Kim Ciborowski, who carefully removed the work and had it professionally restored. A hand-carved and gilt frame, based on Greenwood's own design, was custom-made to highlight this important painting.
Above: Joseph H. Greenwood, American, 1857–1927, Landscape, An Overmantel Triptych, ca. 1912, Oil on canvas