The sun was shining and the deck was almost empty. Quiet and peaceful dinner.
The restaurant was quiet and warm and cozy and festive with Christmas decorations. We came there to have dinner and watch the fireworks and ended up watching fireworks right from the window where we ate which was perfect. The cream Brulé was out of this world 😋
We really enjoyed the music and the food. The staff was very accomodating.
Our first experience was a good one, after museum hours on Friday evening. High-quality menu, professional service, and live music made for a nice date. All Muse needs now is patrons! We had the place almost all to ourselves. If word gets out, this could be a great downtown restaurant.
Need a steak on the menu
We enjoyed a visit to the museum and decided to dine in the Muse while there. The food was outstanding and the lunch time atmosphere on a Saturday was great for bringing school age kids to. Very comfortable chairs as well!
I got the goat cheese pasta which had goat cheese in the sauce and a whole scoop of goat cheese in top. That's way too much goat cheese! Plus the flavor was bland. Not worth the money I spent on it
The food was creative and delicious. We were there on a Sunday and it was fairly empty, but the waitress was not very attentive and we had to wait 10 minutes or more just to get the menu. The food came quickly and as I said it was excellent. Maybe our waitress was just having an off day.
There's only one vegetarian option, and it's a cold, limp hummus sandwich. They didn't even toast the bread. Very disappointing. My appetizer of flatbread with apricot jam was delicious, however.