There is- The Brushmark.
I recently went there for a fancy lunch. Any time you can enjoy a meal in a museum you are in for a treat. The environment is so unique. I LOVE the Brooks. My favorite painting is the Bookshelf up on the third floor. I do get to go to the Brooks often, but this is my first meal there.
So what was the food like?
It was fancy and elegant but still classical. I ordered the gazpacho and a Reuben. I have to say I did not care for the gazpacho it was too cold and well, a bit strange. I have never had it before so I might not be the best judge. I like the Reuben it has a great raisin mustard, and a bacon flavor that was pretty nice.
My Mom had a delicious salad and the crepe of the day. Chicken and Ricotta with a Monterrey jack sauce. The crepe was light and perfectly prepared. The chicken was wonderfully seasoned and had a nice Mexican flair. We both thought it had too much ricotta. But it was still very good.
The view out the window into a very luscious green space was stunning.
My only complaint was not price- this is a very affordable spot for lunch- but our waiter was a bit,
well, stiff. He did not seem comfortable with kids.
That being said you probably aren't a kid, so get dressed up and head out to the Brooks. Feed your artsy side.
Love the cabbage Leaf,