Palate Offers Perfect Spot for Lunch


If you want to enjoy an incredible, elevated view of the valley while you dine, look no further than the newly opened Palate at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. The team behind Gather has brought you a sure-to-be favorite new lunch spot.

First, take your pick between the lovely inside (recently remodeled with sleek, comfortable booths and tables) or a shaded or sunny outdoor table. Then sit back while Chef Clark Myers whips up a delicious salad or handmade pasta dish. With options to keep things lighter, such as seasonal salads, or heartier choices if you really want to dig in, the menu will immediately entice you.

Open for lunch every day until 3 p.m., you can soon also look for an upscale brunch experience on Sundays. There are plans to start Sunday brunch in early June, and the idea is to offer an all-inclusive price, and a menu that may offer items like caviar to make it well worth the price.

While there are plenty of things to draw you up to the Museum (special exhibits, free locals days, and fun events), you don’t need more than to be hungry to experience Palate since it is open to guest regardless if they take advantage of the artwork, too. Check out some of the delicious dishes we tried, and see the link below for the full menu as well. Tip: Now is a great time to go, before the word gets out and the crowds start coming.







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