Cafes at the National Museum of the American Indian

Union Restaurants

Mitsitam Café (UNITE HERE 23)
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Limited menu after 3 p.m. off season)
Visit the Mitsitam Café website
"Mitsitam" means "Let's Eat!" in the Native language of the Delaware and Piscataway peoples. The café enhances the museum experience by offering Native-inspired cuisines from five regions of the Western Hemisphere, including the Northern Woodlands, South America, the Northwest Coast, Meso America and the Great Plains.Tamales, roasted turkey, grilled salmon, homemade seasonal soups, buffalo burgers, Indian fry bread, a seasonal variety of aqua fresca and desserts.

Mitsitam Espresso Bar (UNITE HERE 23)
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Pastries and casual fare from the cafe’s repertoire, plus Tribal Grounds Coffee—organic, fair-trade coffee grown by indigenous farmers and imported, roasted, and provided to the museum by the Eastern Band of Cherokee.

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