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History museums often try to find ways to integrate the past into their cafes, putting traditional dishes on their menus and 19th-century prints on their walls. But the Compass Cafe at the Museum of Histroy & Industry has made its connection to Pacific Northwest history still more explicit by carving up one of the continent's biggest three-masted ships for its bar. The menu for the 700-square foot cafe features surprisingly affordable plates for a ritzy new museum, incorporating local products like Macrina Bakery bread, Beecher's Handmade Cheese, and Gerard and Dominique Smoked Salmon. And, in honor of MOHAI's new location, the dessert menu will include glazed sugar cookies emblazoned with compasses.
Source: Seattle Weekly
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