Café A La C'Art, the popular restaurant at the Tucson Museum of Art, has added about 50 additional seats and will soon have dinner hours and a bar.
Codi Perry, who manages the front of the restaurant, says the restaurant recently took over four additional rooms. He said the liquor license has also been approved, and that libations could be available as early as spring.
This is good news for fans of the restaurant, who often line up outside at lunchtime. Perry said he typically sees about 150 seatings for lunch, and that the additional room should cut down on the wait times.
Currently, Café a La C'Art starts serving breakfast at 7 a.m.; lunch hours begin at 11 a.m. Perry says dinner service should start in late spring, but weekend hours could begin as early as January.
There’s more on the restaurant over here.
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