The menu at the National Gallery of Art's Garden Cafe often changes with its various art exhibits, and it's at its best when a local chef gets in on designing that menu. The next chef to take on that challenge is Restaurant Eve's Cathal Armstrong, who just designed a British-inspired menu to go with the exhibit Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Art and Design, 1848–1900.
The cafe will offer a buffet priced at $20.75 with lots of traditional British options. An English cheese board, barley salad, Cornish pastry, bubble and squeak, and cherry trifle are all among the options. A few items can be ordered a la carte as well.
The exhibit is scheduled to run through May 19.