The Huntington is beginning a phased reopening; the gardens are now open (galleries remain closed). All visitors, including Members must reserve tickets online in advance. TICKETS/INFO >
1919 café open for grab-and-go items, snacks, and beverages including wine and beer. 1919 café is open only for guests visiting the gardens with advance reservations. All other dining locations temporarily closed.
1919 café (OPEN)
Serving a selection of delicious grab-and-go items only. The Bar is also open offering a wide selection of wine and beer. Members at the Premier levels are eligible for a 10% discount! (Affiliate, Patron, Supporting, Benefactor and Society of Fellows)
Wednesday–Monday | 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Rose Garden Tea Room (CLOSED)
While the Rose Garden Tea Room is closed due to Covid-19, enjoy afternoon tea with Tea for Two To Go
Set within the historic Rose Garden, the Tea Room offers an elegant and memorable experience inspired by the tradition of English tea service with a distinctive California twist.
*Admission to The Huntington is a separate and required cost for all Tea Room guests (except Members).
Red Car coffee shop (CLOSED)
The newly renovated Red Car coffee shop is inspired by the Pacific Electric Railway, showcasing travel posters from The Huntington’s Collections. The coffee shop offers espresso, tea, pastries, ice cream, snacks, and grab-and-go fare. Pick up a warm croissant breakfast sandwich, muffin, or scone to go if you’re in a hurry or take your time and enjoy a sandwich or salad for lunch seated at the banquette, booth, or bar area.
Freshwater Dumpling and Noodle House (CLOSED)
Innovative chefs Kajsa Alger and Susan Feniger present their take on Hunan cumin-beef noodles, Tibetan momo dumplings, pork & shrimp wontons, chicken congee and more.
Patio Grill (CLOSED)
Created by Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken, the casual, outdoor Patio Grill offers Latin American-inspired cuisine—Cuban cheeseburgers, honey-lime grilled yam, seasonal agua frescas, and more.