February 12, 2007
Too bad when I went to the Negros Museum it was still closed for the holidays. Nevertheless, my sister and I dropped by at the Museum Café. It was a bit small yet cozy. Underneath the glass tables were diorama and other artsy stuff that depicts about Negros and the Philippines. A glass wall separates it from a section in the Museum. From the coffee shop you can view some art works made by students. There were paintings and colorful paper arts. So, while sipping coffee you can already let your eyes wander and appreciate the display at the other side of the room.
The food in the menu were not too pricey but they’re not too cheap either. There are mostly pasta, bread and some cakes for snacks. To get to the Museum Café, take a jeep with signage "Banago" from the Public Plaza. If you’re not too sure, as jeepney routes sometimes change from time to time, ask the driver if it’s passing by the museum or the provincial capitol building.
From journal Christmas In My Bacolod Home