The Museum’s restaurant, Dining on Persimmon Hill, is decorated in an early prairie motif of yellow sunflowers and is rich with Western tradition.
Located in the Museum’s east wing near the Sam Noble Special Events Center, this full-service restaurant overlooks the Western States Plaza, pool and fountain.
Menu items range in price from $4.49 for a delicious soup to a full, plated meal for $7.99. The generous buffet is $10.98 per person. A children’s menu is available.
Monday through Saturday, the restaurant offers a bountiful buffet that includes 2 soups; 8 fresh garden salads; 3 entrees; 3 sides; and 4 desserts.
Specials are featured each week highlighting new and tasty meals.
High Tea Trays are available daily. The restaurant’s old-fashioned desserts are chocolate Italian cream cake, strawberry torte, peach cobbler, bread pudding, carrot cake and more.
On Sunday, one main delectable brunch buffet is available with brunch foods included. The cost for the buffet is $10.98 per person seven days a week.