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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's acclaimed new restaurant, In Situ, presents dishes from the world's greatest chefs.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s in-house restaurant, In Situ, is a welcoming reflection of the museum’s mission. Featuring recipes from world-renowned chefs—and up-and-coming culinary stars from across the globe—the menu changes daily.

Curated by three-star Michelin chef Corey Lee, the menu boasts dishes from the likes of Massimo Bottura, Adeline Grattard and René Redzepi. A visit to In Situ is the perfect way to complement a trip through the museum’s galleries, where the works of Werner Herzog, Diane Arbus and Richard Diebenkorn are on display.

In Situ
151 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
United States

  • Photography:
    Eric Wolfinger
  • Photography:
    Eric Wolfinger
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