Art enthusiasts and classroom doodlers alike find something to talk about at the MOMA – be it the rooftop Blue Bottle coffee, the Warhol collection, or that inexplicable sculpture on the 2nd floor.
Since 1935, modern art lovers have turned to the SF MOMA to showcase the most thought-provoking art – surely an accomplishment in a city that defines itself by being on the cutting edge.
After enjoying the galleries in this architectural gem, visitors flock to the 5th floor sculpture garden – not only for the Calder mobile, but also for the city’s own Blue Bottle Coffee. Located atop the MOMA roof, the garden offers a zen retreat for visitors dish on their favorite art, all while sipping the best coffee in town. And just to pump up the art experience, the MOMA café offers a chance to chow down on the art itself – in the form of a Mondrian cake.