The okcmoa cafe is a special destination and will remain as such. Overall this place is amazing and cozy place. My friend got a full lunch and she let me try bites of things. After the 3rd time asking if we were ready to order she seemed impatient with us. Hushpuppies were some of the best I have ever had! The first issue I had was that after I was sat by the hostess, I had enough time to peruse the entire menu.
All in all great experience 4stars Stopped in by accident after planning on going to the tequila bar upstairs. I never received the drink I ordered. The spinach artichoke dip was not as food as I hoped, the hush puppies were good and had a kick with the poppers in them. The food on the other hand comes out in a reasonable time frame. Located on the ground floor of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, the Museum Cafe offers metropolitan ambiance, superb fusion cuisine, and exceptional service.
Management has always been accommodating when I have had scheduling problems. The whole time you eat here you're making inappropriate noises with how good the food is! We ordered the caramel latte, Nutella cordado and papaya smoothie. The manager I normally see, always helps serve, is super friendly and helpful, and runs a tight ship. Im from Louisiana and it is really good! Museum Cafe must step it up. They changed the menu and we did not like it at all. A special thanks to the bar manager who, while even though she was off the clock went out of her way to make sure we had a great experience.
Probably because he's actually had it in New Orleans! They also have a walk up coffee bar on the side of the building if you're in a hurry or just want to stop for a cup on your way to work. Should have left when we walked in in a Saturday night and 90%+ of the tables were empty. I was iffy about how great it was but it truly was great! From the roots of the fair trade movement to the health benefits, coffee is an experience like no other. She was knowledgeable about the food and answered all my questions. We had the crab cake and the crawfish dip, both were excellent.
Any other side is an up charge. I don't know if it was all the waiting and the anticipation but the coffee was really good. But I knew that if we didn't get there early that we would have to wait and when you have a 15-month-old that does not sound like a good time to me. Our goal is to share with and educate our customers on everything that coffee can be. I never once saw the current manager helping serve, even when it got super busy. This restaurant is definitely one that I'm adding to the favorite list I can honestly say I was impressed the atmosphere was great My wife and I had the greatest Waiter Alex I must say if you want to try a little creole ,or just a meal with some spice this is definitely the place we started with a strawberry fish bowl margarita with alligator bites and spinach dip Which was actually good I had the Cajun Mac and cheese my wife and I enjoyed ourselves and could not finish all of our food and had to take home but very cozy enjoyable atmosphere and our Waiter Alex kept us laughing all night so if you ever head down to Bourbon Street request Alex if you ever need a good laugh and a good Waiter. I love everything from the Izabel breakfast to the migallas and the mosh and the churros.
. So I sent it back and ordered the shrimp Alfredo instead. Lemon cheesecake for dessert was over cooked and dry. The price is really good too!! All I can say is if I lived in Oklahoma City I would give up cooking entirely and eat here every day. Food- Menu was overwhelming but our server walked us through the menu and we were happy with our orders.
All of it was just top notch! While it still maintains the exciting feel of the original Bossa Nova, the new Caipirinha Lounge offers more seating, more appetizer options, and most importantly, seasonal caipirinhas. Firstly , I have been wanting to go this place for a long time. It's a very cool, kinda hipster decor, place. I estimated the time was about 5 minutes. One of my kids got a cheeseburger off the kids menu which was a nice option, the other one ordered the Nashville hot chicken sandwich. We came here on a cold January day and it wan't very full.
Universal pricing on the menu allows guests to choose what they prefer instead of what they can afford. My daughter wanted a burger, but she eats gluten free. The tortillas are thicker than what you buy at the store, almost like an Indian bread. Also available for private parties. I could only eat the shrimp and a little bit of sauce. They are sweet with a touch of jalepenio.