Just like the museum itself, this shop offers a wide selection of quality pieces. You will find magnificent jewelry, unique ... More
Museum of Fine Arts Boston Gift Shop
Just like the museum itself, this shop offers a wide selection of quality pieces. You will find magnificent jewelry, unique posters, wonderful trinkets and a variety of other items to decorate your home. Aside from posters and other recreations of the beautiful pieces you may have seen at the Museum of Fine Arts , be sure to check out the hand-crafted lamps, woven bags, jewelry boxes and stationery.
Our family visited the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in early August 2007. It’s a great museum, but we all regretted our choice of having lunch at Bravo, the restaurant on the second floor--the service is poor, the wait is long, and food is way over-priced!
Since the Museum was our last stop in Boston, we can tell how expensive their restaurant is even compared to the up-scale dining places in downtown Boston that we visited. We paid $21 for a regular bacon cheese burger served with Frio-Lay type potato chips, $21 for a mushroom-and-tomato pasta, and $13 for a tiny vege salad from the appetizer menu. Nothing special about the food but the price!
Worse! The service didn’t match the price they charged us. Our server didn’t offer us the bread in the first place, which is supposed to be complimentary. When inquired about it, his response was in a little bit challenging tone, “Do you want bread?”
We had to wait for more than 30 minutes for our food. This was a Monday, and there weren’t even a lot of guests in the restaurant during the time.
Enjoy the Museum, but don’t eat there. You’ll be much better off elsewhere for your money.
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