Food Network Names Bixby’s A “Top Museum Restaurant” in the Country
Bixby’s, located on the second floor of the Missouri History Museum, was recently named one of the Top Museum Restaurants in the country by Food Network. The network named only 17 restaurants located in art museums and cultural institutes across the country. Bixby’s is the only establishment from Missouri to make the list.
The article, “Top Museum Restaurants: Where the Fine Arts Meet the Finest Food” is featured on foodnetwork.com.
“What an honor to be named one of America’s Best Museum Restaurants by such an esteemed network,” said Richard Nix Jr., President of Butler’s Pantry, operator of Bixby’s. “Our dedicated team works hard to provide unique, locally sourced dishes on seasonal menus, with unparalleled service and views of Forest Park. To be recognized by the Food Network is confirmation of all that we do every day to enhance our visitors’ experience.”
Open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily, Bixby’s is a distinctive lunch destination, where patrons enjoy inspired local cuisine, sweeping views of Forest Park and sleek and modern décor. The culinary theme “Dining with Local Influence” embraces the use of fresh seasonal ingredients and regional products. Bixby’s chefs use imagination and (seasonal) availability to develop rotating lunch menus with a unique twist. Bixby’s award-winning Champagne Brunch is available every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Guests have an opportunity to try the Top Museum Restaurant this Valentine’s Day, when Bixby’s hosts a three-course prix-fixe Sweethearts Lunch, February 11-14. Or, join Bixby’s and the Missouri History Museum on February 14th for a special after-hours romantic dinner and show. For more information or to reserve your table, visit bixbys-mohistory.com.
To see the full article, visit Food Network’s website. Bixby’s was also voted one of “America’s Best” museum restaurants by Travel + Leisure (2013) and was the only local restaurant featured on the 100 Best Brunch Restaurants in America list by OpenTable (2014).