Museums Special At Boston-area museums, restaurants offer quick bites and fine dining In artful settings, patrons have an array of options ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE Diners at the Water Cafe at the Institute of Contemporary Art. JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE Fish tacos at the ICA’s Water Cafe. JonathaN Wiggs/Globe Staff Diners at Bravo at the Museum of Fine Arts. JonathaN Wiggs/Globe Staff Seared New Bedford scallops, buttered leek puree, endive and blood orange salad at Bravo. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Diners get a view of Dale Chihuly’s “Lime Green Icicle Tower” at New American Cafe at the Museum of Fine Arts. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Atlantic salmon, parmesan and leek risotto, kalamata olives pancetta, and pickled shallots at New American Cafe. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Atrium Cafe at the Peabody Essex Museum Cafe in Salem.