Started my afternoon today with a great cocktail (or two), the New Yorker, followed by an excellent brunch. The salmon on crispy potato was delicious & my polenta w/eggs was perfectly prepared. My wife enjoyed her food and drink as well. We were promptly seated and the service was very good. The place is clean & bright. The best thing was that after brunch we were able to head straight in to the New York Historical Society Museum and spend a few hours enjoying the collection. The prices at Caffe Storico were reasonable, especially for a restaurant in a museum. There seemed to be as many locals as there were museum visitors. Next time we visit the Natural History Museum (w/the kids) we will make sure to stop by the cafe again. It was certainly a nice way to spend a snowy day!
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