Museum Restaurants Worth Their Own Trip

By Celia Shatzman - 2014-01-27T14:11:33Z

Photograph by Imagen MAS

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Oleum in the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya

Set in the former Throne Room of Palau Nacional—where the 1929 International Exhibition was inaugurated by King Alphonse XIII—Oleum in the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya in Barcelona offers modern Mediterranean cuisine in opulent surroundings. The original décor and architecture—including vaulted ceilings—has been updated with contemporary furnishings. Impressive views of the city from Montjuïc hill and works by Tàpies complete the setting.

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