At Boston-area museums, restaurants offer quick bites and fine dining
In artful settings, patrons have an array of options
No matter how beautiful the artwork, no matter how well displayed the exhibit, at some point in a museum visit, the attention begins to wander. It is easier to appreciate Cezanne’s “Fruit and a Jug on a Table’’ when you’re not thinking about eating the fruit. Fortunately, area museums offer plenty of in-house dining options, from from the ICA’s recently renovated Water Cafe to the MFA’s more-polished Bravo, helmed by executive chef Tim Partridge.