Museum restaurants in The South of France for Art Lovers

1) Château La Coste

After visiting the outstanding sculpture park at Château La Coste, you can sit down to lunch or dinner in the vineyard. On sunny days, the summery La Terrasse Provençale is just the place you had in mind. A spacious pergola, where you can enjoy salads, cold soups, a cheese or charcuterie platter or a nice piece of cake and wash it down with a glass of one of the excellent wines they produce here. It can get busy at times and they do not accept bookings. Alternatively, you can also eat in the more minimalistic setting of the pavilion designed by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando, for  which you must call to reserve a table. If you’re up for a more elegant and lavish dining experience, Villa La Coste is your best option.

minimalist restaurant interior and the staff at the Château La Coste

2750 Route de la Cride, 13610 Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, Bouches-du-Rhône

+33 (0)4 42 61 89 98

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