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Cafe @ Contemporary Jewish Museum, SF - who tried it?

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Cafe @ Contemporary Jewish Museum, SF - who tried it?

hhc | Jun 8, 2008 10:35 PM

We went to the Contemporary Jewish Museum for the Grand Opening Day Sun 6/8/08. It's a Good Museum - worth checking out. Thurs. they have $5 admission after 5pm (regular $10, & it's open later on Thurs until 8:30pm). Don't bring Food or Drink into the museum. They took my water bottle away.

I only walked by the cafe & took a menu. Anyone try it?

Cafe food you can eat inside or the outdoor patio. I didn't get anything, just walked by & took a menu. The Caesar salad is made to order, pricey at $9.50 for Casar salad w/ anchovies & Parmesan crouton. Bag of chips for $2! They also (from the menu I grabbed) have Roasted onion & white bean soup w/ garlic croutons $4.25; daily vegetarian soup w/ parsley oil $4.25; creamy vidalia onion tart w/ smoked salmon, dill creme fraiche, organic greens & sun dried tomato vinaigrette $11; baked cod cassoulet w/ tomatoes, artichoke hearts, potatoes, onions & olive ragout $11.50; & heirloom tomato, onion confit, gruyere cheese & organic greens on a brioche bun w/ tabouleh salad $9.5. Drinks available at the counter - sodas, coffees, teas.

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Cafe on the Square - Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission St, San Francisco, CA

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