Dining at SFMOMA

Need a break? Pick up artisanal coffee inside the Photography Interpretive Gallery, enjoy light bites in the sun, or marvel at dishes that are works of art in themselves. With a variety of dining options throughout the museum, there is no shortage of spaces to take a rest, have a bite, and enjoy the view.


Sightglass at SFMOMA

Local artisanal coffee purveyor Sightglass serves up handcrafted coffee creations and an assortment of pastries. Located adjacent to the Photography Interpretive Gallery, the bar combines coffee with contemplation.

Floor 3
Open Thursday–Tuesday 10 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Closed Wednesday.

Sightglass; photo: Michael O’Neal; courtesy Sightglass


Cafe 5

Enjoy family-friendly, California-fusion fare in our tranquil cafe and sculpture garden. Operated by McCalls Catering, Cafe 5 features high-quality seasonal ingredients, along with coffee from iconic Italian roaster illy and wines by Meiomi and Kim Crawford.

Floor 5
Open Friday–Tuesday 10 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Open Thursday 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
Closed Wednesday.

Photo: Albert Law


In Situ

Chef Corey Lee — recipient of three Michelin stars — has reimagined the fine-dining experience by curating a menu of dishes contributed by over 80 chefs from around the world. The ground-floor restaurant accepts reservations and walk-in guests. Visit insitu.sfmoma.org for more information, or to reserve online.

Floor 1

Open for lunch Thursday–Tuesday, 11 a.m.–4 p.m.
Open for dinner Thursday–Sunday, 5–9 p.m.
Closed Wednesday.

Photo: Eric Wolfinger

In Situ in the News

SFMOMA’s flagship restaurant, In Situ, offers a bracing new concept in fine dining. Three-Michelin-star chef Corey Lee has curated a menu of innovative and intriguing dishes from 80 chefs from around the world.