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    I have previously recommended that people check out the MoA for a unique brunch spot in downtown OKC, but after my last meal experience there I will never recommended them again. We came for Sunday morning brunch at around noon. The hostess asked if we had a reservation, despite half the restaurant being empty, and then told us to sit at the bar. The bar tender was extremely unpersonable and made it seem like a chore to even give us silverware, let alone take our order after being ignored for 10 minutes (while sitting literally 1 foot from her at the bar). We were never brought the complimentary muffins/pastries, and our coffee and waters were never refilled. We were never asked how our food was When one of my friends asked where the restroom was she was looked up and down by the waiter before being answered. We were not dressed in our Sunday’s best, but definitely were not dressed poorly or unkempt appearing in dark jeans, shirts, and jackets. There were people dressed in blazers/blouses, but people dressed similarly to us were getting tables and what appeared to be proper service. The food was good, if not expensive compared to other brunch options in the city. Overall, there are much better brunch options in the city that don’t make you feel like a second-class citizen with atrocious service.

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    LOVED our afternoon at the OCMOA! Our initial reason to go to the MOA was to see the Dale Chihuly exhibit…but the Of Heaven and Earth exhibit was AMAZING~ some pieces were from 1300 a.d.However, I only give a 4 star rating because just like the previous rating posted here…the ‘hostess’ in the beautiful cafe [white table cloth service] attempted to seat us by the kitchen service door at a minuscule table when almost 3/4ths of the cafe was empty. I expressed that table was unacceptable and we were seated elsewhere. The remainder of our experience in the cafe was excellent~ our waiter was very attentive, food delicious.(I was in a position to observe the hostess throughout our meal in the cafe. Perhaps management needs to give her a “refresher course” on interaction w/the public in the hospitality industry. The entire time we were in the cafe~about an hour and a half…she NEVER once broke the grim expression on her face; she was short and dismissive w/other patrons that arrived after we were seated.)

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    Took my 5 year old grand daughter and we were amazed. The first thing she saw was the glass tree. She wanted to hug it, she says grandma it beautiful. Yes dear it is. Do you want to go inside. Oh yes grandma I do. We went through each room, checking everything out. First floor, second floor, third floor. All she would say is look, look, look all afternoon.Afterwards we picked up a few things in the gift shop and ate dinner in the restaurant. It was a delightful afternoon and lovely dinner.Perfect place to teach a young child about art and social behaviour.Five Star Event!

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    We visited the museum on a whim and really enjoyed the glass display on the third floor. With a visit just for that! The cafe seems much more upscale than most museums I’ve visited in the past, and we decided not to eat there.

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    The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is fantastic!!! I high recommend to all…. Prices are great. Staff is kind and professional. Art is great! Thursday Roof Terrace cocktail hours in the summer are jamming!