Enjoy artistic dining at The Tree Cup Cafe

3 Feb

“Dining is a great artistic opportunity.”

That’s the headline of the menu at The Tree Cup Café, the bright and airy little eatery located in the Cummer Museum.  We all know and love the museum, but did you know you can eat lunch or enjoy a spot of tea in the café even if you’re not visiting the museum’s galleries?  The Tree Cup runs along the front of the museum and its floor-to-ceiling windows not only let in lots of light but also provide a view of Riverside Ave and some of the beautiful oaks on the Cummer property.

The select menu is written on a chalkboarded wall behind the little window where you place your order.  For lunch, the Tree Cup offers snacks and sandwiches and salads and soups catered by Chef’s Garden.  The menu changes often, but all the options are tasty.  You might find lobster bisque, a grilled chicken salad, a Virginia ham panino, or an oven-roasted turkey panino with brie, pancetta and pesto aioli.  Portions are ample and nothing is over $10.  The café serves fair trade, organic coffee and lots of specialty teas in pretty packaging.  Don’t miss out on a pastry or a slice of cake or pie to go with your espresso or cup of tea.

The Tree Cup Café is open every day for lunch and on Tuesday until 9pm.  Enjoy a pleasant stroll down shady Riverside Avenue and grab lunch and some tea or coffee in a perfectly sophisticated, relaxing and artsy spot!


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