Nasher Cafe by Wolfgang Puck


Tuesday – Sunday, 11 am – 3:30 pm (food service) and 4 pm (beverage service)

Please note that hours are subject to change depending on private events.


Visitors that are non-members must buy a ticket to the galleries or make a reservation in order to gain access to the Cafe.

Complete your visit with a delicious lunch overlooking the Nasher Garden. The menu features seasonal sandwiches, salads and soups that are prepared using only the freshest farmer's market produce, artisanal breads and locally-supplied ingredients. Enjoy weekend brunch at the Nasher cafe featuring chef selected specials on Saturdays and Sundays. Guests will receive a complimentary mimosa with purchase of brunch item.

The Cafe provides indoor and outdoor seating for up to 100 guests. We do not accept reservations with the exception of Mother’s Day. If your time is limited and you have a group of 8 – 13 guests, we recommend you pre-select your order from the menu. For more information, please call 214.242.5144.

If you are interested in hosting a daytime event for 13 or more guests, we would be delighted to accommodate you in the Private Dining Room as a private event, handled through Catering. For further information, please call Dana Blaugrund at 214.868.3262 or email You may also call our Private Events department for room rental information at 214.242.5182 or email

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Seasonal Cafe Menu

Soups and Salads

Winter Orzo Chicken Soup*   $5 / $8
Orzo, Chicken, Celery, Carrots. Onion, Parsley
   DF/NF (99/136 Calories)

Soup of the Day-Chef's Choice*   $4 / $6

Nasher Nicoise Salad   $18
Seared Bigeye Tuna, Asparagus, Cherry Tomatoes, Haricot Vert, Red Onion, Avocado, Boiled Egg, Nicoise Dressing
   DF/GF/NF (400 Calories)

Sambal Rice Noodle Salad*   $15
Sambal Marinated Grilled Chicken, Carrots, Crispy Garlic, Thai Basil, Cilantro, Fresno Peppers. Nam Pla and Chinese Sweet Chili Dressing
   DF/GF/NF (412 Calories)

Quinoa Beet Salad*   $13
Quinoa, Roasted Beets, Radishes, Kale, Goat Cheese, Citrus Vinaigrette
   GF/NF/Vegetarian (289 Calories)

Add Chicken $4


All Sandwiches are Served with House Made Potato Chips & Pickles (280 Calories)

Substitute Fries DF/NF (227 Calories) $2

Avocado Toast*   $11
Mashed Avocado, Julienne Red Onions, House Everything Spice, Fried Egg
   DF/NF (375 Calories)

Grilled Cheese and Vegan Tomato Soup*   $12
Cheddar, Provolone, Havarti, Brioche Bun with Vegan Tomato Soup
   NF/Vegetarian (520 Calories)

Italian Club Sandwich*   $14
Pepperoni, Salami, Soppressata, Provolone, Onions, Roma Tomatoes, Iceberg Lettuce, Italian Vinaigrette, Sub Roll
   NF (780 Calories)


All items marked with an astericks (*) can be made into a combo
1/2 Sandwich & Salad $14
1/2 Sandwich and Cup of Soup $14
Salad and Cup of Soup $14


All kids meals served with Animal Crackers, & Soda or Juice $7

Grilled Cheese NF (230 Calories)
Peanut Butter and Banana Toast DF (227 Calories)
Chicken Tenders NF (272 Calories)


Fresh Seasonal Fruit (52 Calories) Cup DF/GF/NF $4
Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie (150 Calories) NF $3 

Chef Selected Cakes and Pasteries

GF=Gluten Free / NF=Nut Free / DF=Dairy Free


Eiland Coffee Roasters
  6 oz Cappuccino $4  (70 Calories)
  Iced Cappuccino $4.50  (70 Calories)
  10 oz Caffe Latte $4.50  (136 Calories)
  Iced Caffe Latte $5  (136 Calories)
  Americano $3.50  (1 Calorie)
  Iced Americano $4  (1 Calorie)
  Drip Coffee $2.50  (1 Calorie)
  Iced Coffee $3  (1 Calorie)
  Espresso $3  (3 Calories)
  Add Espresso Shot to any Beverage $3

Specialty Milks and Syrups + .50
  Soy Milk  (153 Calories)
  Almond Milk  (10 Calories)
  Mocha  (45 Calories)
  Vanilla  (80 Calories)
  Lavender  (45 Calorie)
  Simple Syrup  (96 Calorie)

Art of Tea Assorted Hot Teas $2.45
Fresh Brewed Iced Tea $2.25
Bottled Water $2
Sparkling Water $3
Sodas $1.75
Specialty Beer $6
Domestic Beer $5
Red & White Wine by the Glass $8

Daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be lower or higher depending on your calorie needs. Additional nutrition information is available upon request. 

In the interest of public health, Compass Group chooses to remind its guests of increased risk of foodborne illness associated with eating raw or undercooked animal foods such as eggs, meat, poultry, or seafood. 

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