Restaurants

View of Guggenheim Museum restaurant The Wright

The Wright

Located at Fifth Avenue and 88th Street

The Wright opened at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on December 11, 2009, and provides premier food and service in an upscale environment within the world famous museum for both visitors and neighbors. Designed by Andre Kikoski Architect, the Wright was recognized with the 2010 James Beard Award for Best Restaurant Design as well as a 20+ rating in the 2011 Zagat Survey.

The Wright closed its dinner service to accommodate the growing number of inquiries for hosting private events by both corporations and neighbors. To find out more information about how to host a private event at the Wright, please call 212 427 5690.

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Restaurant Hours

Monday 11:30 am–3:30 pm
Tuesday 11:30 am–3:30 pm
Wednesday 11:30 am–3:30 pm
Thursday CLOSED
Friday 11:30 am–3:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday Brunch 11 am–3:30 pm
 

For more information, call 212 427 5682.

Learn more about dining at The Wright, discounts and special offers, or hosting an event. Make reservations through Open Table or by calling 212 427 5690.

Cafe 3

View of Guggenheim Museum Cafe 3

Cafe 3 is an espresso and snack bar adjacent to the permanent Kandinsky Gallery on Tower Level 3. Serving sandwiches, specialty pastries, chocolates, coffee, tea, wine, and beer, Cafe 3 enjoys a spectacular view across Fifth Avenue to Central Park.

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Cafe 3 Hours
Friday–Wednesday 10:30 am–5 pm
Closed Thursday

 

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