Marisol, the MCA’s new restaurant, re-imagines the relationship of art, food, and design in a unique, artist-created environment. Chef Jason Hammel presents an ever-changing, hyper-seasonal menu filled with vibrant, playful, and contemporary flavors that complement the restaurant surroundings. Named for its muse Marisol, the spirited 1960s Venezuelan artist, with art inspiration by renowned British artist Chris Ofili, the new restaurant is designed to be a welcoming place to meet, dine, or simply plug-in. This lively neighborhood restaurant features lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday, as well as a soon to open weekend brunch, in a shared plates format. The counter is open Tuesday through Sunday starting at 8 am. Marisol is located on the ground-level of the museum. For more information and reservations, please call (312) 799-3599 or visit marisolchicago.com.