Wild dining at the Museum January 14, 2014 | By Becky Kimmel
“Wild Wednesdays” weekly dinners throughout the winter season are wildly wonderful.
Enjoy an early evening walk along the Sculpture Trail, turn left after the moose (featured above with a dusting of snow; image by Jim McNutt, Museum President & CEO), and enter the Museum free-of-charge on Wednesdays from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM. Take the elevator or the stairs and be greeted by the Museum staff and welcomed to your table. Enjoy an adult beverage and the piano music of Francis from 6 – 8 PM.
Several of my friends and I enjoyed the opportunity to catch up over drinks last week while enjoying the music of the “Teton Virtuoso”. After a wonderful dinner of delicious small plated foods served family style, we toured the galleries and enjoyed the latest and greatest additions to the Museum’s wildlife art collection.
Reservations are encouraged, or drop by for a drink and to inquire about dinner space available. Featuring a tapas inspired menu, these special winter evenings stimulate both fine dining and art appreciation.
Please call the Rising Sage Cafe at 732-5434 to book a reservation. Wild Wednesdays continue weekly through March 19, 2014 with the exception of February 26th.
See you there!
Director of Programs & Events