There are perfectly serviceable cafés inside art museums all around the world, and serious restaurants in a few. And then there is Restaurante Guggenheim Bilbao. Just as Frank Gehry's titanium-sheared creation is an architectural departure from other museums, the Guggenheim's restaurant stands apart from other museums' dining halls.
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