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The World's Best Museum Restaurants

Published in Gourmet Live 09.05.12
We scoured the globe to discover 10 museums worth a visit, if only to eat a meal

By Elizabeth Morgan and Ashley Rudder
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The Hermitage Restaurant, St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Petersburg's Hermitage Museum, founded almost 250 years ago by Catherine the Great, is home to a grand restaurant (located in the General Staff building) serving authentic Imperial-era Russian recipes in rooms fit for, well, a czar. The menu offers Russian specialties like chocolate babka, as well as international favorites like soups, salads, and deep-dish-style pizzas. Choose to dine in one of 10 rooms, including one with a spectacular view overlooking Palace Square.


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