'Sunday at the Museum' Will Elevate Dining at the Asian Art Museum

 - Apr 11, 2018
References: sf.eater & sfchronicle
San Francisco's Asian Art Museum has undergone a $90 million expansion and an upgrade to its cafe has been unveiled called Sunday at the Museum. The revamped dining space is a collaborative effort between Deuki Hong of Sunday Bird and Andrew Chau and Bin Chen of Boba Guys. This will be Hong's first standalone venture in San Francisco and his offerings to the menu will include a delicious collection of Korean fried chicken sandwiches, variations of bahn mi, noodles bowls and much more. The team behind Boba Guys will be using the space to dive deeper into Asian teas, and are going as far as to offer a "sommelier-style tea service."

Housed in the museum, Sunday at the Museum will thoroughly take advantage of the space that was once the main San Francisco library. The cafe will feature beautiful minimalist designs that celebrate both modern and traditional Asian art styles. Sunday at the Museum will be open to the public, not requiring museum admission, and will remain open after the museum itself has closed.

Image Credit: Patricia Chang