The sun is out, the birds are singing, the flowers blossom and you have an urgent need of a terrace. Ms. Big is about to reveal to you his favorite one. Hidden inside the Art and History Museum, put your sunglasses on and enjoy the restaurant Barocco during lunch time or T-Time. Surrounded by 650’000 works of art (not all of them displayed obviously), from Picasso to Roger Pfund, you will admire the building built in 1910 by Marc Camoletti from different angles. As for the food, it pays a tribute to the surroundings: home made pastries (one of the best ice-cream of the Geneva if you really want to know what we think), the chef is careful to use local and organic products. Question is: will you keep the secret?
No cards, cash only but that won’t stop us right?
Photography U. Ewald.
Rue Charles-Galland 2, 1206 Geneva
Tue to Sun 11am-6pm