DINING AND SHOPPING
Enjoy a leisurely luncheon at award-winning Tangata. Outdoor seating is also available, overlooking the Bowers historic mission-style courtyard. Browse the rare an exotic at the Bowers Museum Gallery Store. It’s more than just a shopping trip; it’s a cultural experience.
TANGATA AT THE BOWERS MUSEUM
Tangata (or "mankind" in the tribal Maori language of New Zealand) features Southwestern decor enclosed by glass walls and a ceiling framed with stuccoed beams and large windows to allow ambient light to illuminate the main dining area. Located in the Bowers museum's Mission-style courtyard, the 160-seat restaurant dedicates half of its available seating to alfresco dining on two large patio areas. The patio area opens into the mission style courtyard that is perfect for romantic weddings or evening receptions. Tangata is open solely for lunch Tuesdays through Sundays, serving a diverse menu of California cuisine "colored" with Joachim Splichal's award-winning French signature style.
In addition to an array of appetizers and main course salads, Tangata offers a variety of main courses and a tantilizing selection of homemade desserts. And for children, Tangata offers an assortment of sandwiches and pasta dishes.
MOTHER'S DAY BRUNCH AT TANGATA
Reservations are recommended.
Phone Reservations: 714.550.0906
TANGATA/PATINA GROUP CATERING
Tangata is ready to serve parties of 20 or more with a range of delicious menu options. From courtyard picnics to restaurant dining to catered private parties, Tangata will work with you to select a menu and price that best fits your group needs.
Learn more about Tangata/Patina Group Catering.
Private Parties Information: 714.567.3630
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BOWERS MUSEUM'S GALLERY STORE
A visit to BOWERS MUSEUM’S Store is more than just a shopping trip: it’s a cultural experience. All proceeds from your purchase support the exhibitions, educational programs and artistic preservation efforts of the museum.SHOP ONLINE NOW
May 24, 2013