Nasher Cafe by Wolfgang Puck
Tuesday – Sunday, 11 am – 3:30 pm (for food services) & 4:00 pm (for beverage services)
Please note that hours are subject to change depending on private events. The Nasher Café by Wolfgang Puck will be closed to regular service for a reservations-only Mother’s Day Brunch on Sunday, May 14. Guests are invited to purchase beverages in the garden.
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.
The Nasher Cafe provides indoor and outdoor seating for up to 100 guests. We do not accept reservations with the exception of Mother’s Day and groups of 8-13 guests. For more information, please call 214.242.5144.
If you are interested in hosting a daytime event in the Cafe for more than 13 guests, we would be delighted to accommodate your group as a private event, handled through catering. For further information, please contact Lindsey James at 214.242.5141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact our Private Events department for room rental information at 214.242.5182 or email email@example.com.
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The Nasher Store
Tuesday – Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm
Voted "Best Museum Store" by D Magazine, the award-winning Nasher Sculpture Center Store is one of a kind. Inside you will find thoughtfully designed gifts, books, home goods, accessories and art for all ages.
Immerse yourself in our exquisite jewelry selection as well as our personal accessory items, featuring artisans such as Elizabeth Wimpress, DressAbstract, and Bellinvito, among others. Also view our growing collection of Nasher exhibition catalogs, art publications and interesting coffee table books.
All Nasher Sculpture Center Members receive a 10% discount. Hepworth Circle and above Members receive a 20% discount.
Visit the store inside the Nasher Sculpture Center to shop now.
Learn about the evolution of the Nasher Sculpture Center and our world-renowned collection through the eyes of late founder Raymond Nasher, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano and landscape architect Peter Walker, as well as the artists and experts who participated in the opening of the Center. This 20-minute film is on rotation and available for viewing in Nasher Hall during regular museum hours, with the exception of special events.
Visitors with Disabilities
The Nasher Sculpture Center is fully ADA-compliant and welcomes all visitors to our facility. Wheelchairs are available at the front desk. Auxiliary hearing devices and large font scripts for the audio tour are also available at the front desk.