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Eat Alongside Art at the Dixon’s Park + Cherry

Photo: Bailey Clark

Does walking along French portraits and roses in the garden make you hungry for more? Look no further than Park + Cherry.

Located near the museum entrance of the Dixon Gallery and Gardens, the casual café gives visitorsClark_Dixon6 the unique
opportunity to enjoy house-made sandwiches, pastries and coffee after admiring the artwork, or just a chance to enjoy artisan food in a premier location as admission to the museum is not required to eat at the café.

The café extends the overall museum experience, as visitors can enjoy their food at tables spread throughout the café, and some of the museum and gardens.

Park + Cherry is open only for lunch, with a full menu of sandwiches, salads, pastries and other snacks served for a few hours during the week. Afterwards, select sandwiches, pastries and coffee are available until closing. Prices average $8 to $10.

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Photos: Bailey Clark

  • Café Hours:
    • Closed Mondays
    • Tuesday – Saturday: 10am-4:30pm
      • Lunch served: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    • Sunday: 1pm – 4:30pm

The café, named after the intersection of streets the Dixon occupies, opened this spring. The museum partnered with Wally Joe and Andrew Adams, the team behind nearby Acre Restaurant, to provide a new dining experience for visitors.

Park + Cherry is part of a larger renovation that took place in the Dixon to offer more options to visitors. Next to the café is the shop 20Twelve, which is also a partnership between the museum and owner of the original store on Broad Avenue.

Check out Park + Cherry’s menu here.

 

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