Mu­seum Hill Café

Pasatiempo - - Restaurant Review -

710 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill, 984-8900 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tues­day-Sun­day (lunch 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Tues­day-Sun­day); limited din­ner menu 5-8:30 p.m. Fri­day; closed Mon­day Veg­e­tar­ian op­tions Take­out avail­able Sea­sonal pa­tio din­ing Free on-site park­ing Noise level: mod­er­ate early and late, bustling dur­ing peak lunch hours Hand­i­capped-ac­ces­si­ble

Beer & wine Credit cards & lo­cal checks

• The Short Or­der Af­ter months of be­ing closed, Mu­seum Hill

Café re­opened in the sum­mer un­der the pro­pri­etor­ship of Wel­don Ful­ton, who op­er­ates the Sta­tion Café in the Rai­l­yard. At­trac­tive bay-win­dow views and a ca­sual at­mos­phere en­cour­age pa­trons to linger over cof­fee and pas­try — al­though missing out on the meaty hot-sandwich se­lec­tions here would be a shame. Ser­vice is friendly and strives for at­ten­tive­ness,

but the wait staff may be spread too thin. Hot sweet treats are hit-or-miss. Cold or roomtem­per­a­ture desserts from the cof­fee counter are a more solid bet. Rec­om­mended: Bo­nanza Creek Ranch burger, clas­sic Reuben, and a pas­trami

sandwich called Tommy’s Reu­bi­con.

Rat­ings range from 0 to 4 chiles. This re­flects the re­viewer’s ex­pe­ri­ence with re­gard to food and drink, at­mos­phere, ser­vice, and value.

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