Crocker café 

Three adults and a toddler are sitting around a cafe table in Friedman Court, enjoying lunch from the Café and each other's company.
Café Hours
MondayClosed
TuesdayClosed
Wednesday10:00am – 3:00pm
Thursday10:00am – 7:00pm
Friday10:00am – 3:00pm
Saturday10:00am – 3:00pm
Sunday10:00am – 3:00pm
LOCATION
The Crocker Café can be
found on the first floor
adjacent to Friedman Court

Majka at the Crocker

The Museum Café is open from 10 AM to 3 PM, Wednesday through Sunday, with extended hours on Thursday evenings. On the second Thursday of the month, prior to ArtMix, the cafe will close at 3 PM to reset for 6 PM event service. The café is located on the first floor of the Crocker’s Teel Family Pavillion. Diners may visit the café, as well as the Museum Store, free of charge.

Table reservations are available for groups of up to 25. Please contact cafe@crockerartmuseum.org to request. Group admission arrangements must be made through education@crockerart.org or by calling 916-808-1182.

Food & Drink at the Crocker

Café Menu
Outside Food and Drink
Food in the Museum
About Majka
First Thursday Dinners

Majka at the Crocker offers morning coffee service along with pastries and heartier breakfast sandwiches. Lunch options include signature pizzas, hot and cold sandwiches, salads, and daily specials. Freshly baked breads, as well as a seasonal rotation of thoughtful ingredients, bring an artful experience to dining at the Museum.

Breakfast
Bagel......$6
Bagel and Lox......$17
Cookie......$5

Lunch — Served starting at 11:30 AM
Caesar Salad......$14
Seasonal Green Salad......$14
Seasonal Grain Salad......$15
Ham and Emmentaler Sandwich......$15
Veggie Sandwich......$15
Seasonal Italian Sandwich......$16
Sicilian Pizza by the Slice (Cheese, Pepperoni, Daily Special)......$7–8

Drinks
Drip Coffee......$5
Cappuccino......$6
Latte......$7
Espresso......$4
Tea......$5

Please leave personal food and drinks at home when visiting the Museum. Closed water bottles are allowed, but packed lunches and other snacks are not permitted.

Museum visitors may enjoy food and beverages in Friedman Court and exterior courtyards. Café tables are reserved for café patrons. Refreshments are not permitted inside the Setzer Foundation Auditorium or on the second and third floors. Closed bottles of water may be carried throughout the Museum but may not be opened in gallery spaces.

Majka at the Crocker is helmed by husband-and-wife team Alex Sherry and Chutharat Sae Tong. The Museum Café is the second location for the couple, who also operates Majka Pizzeria and Bakery in Midtown where they have developed a cult following for their handmade baked goods and daily pizza and wine pairings. In all their offerings, Majka seeks to highlight extraordinary ingredients through an array of simple, beautifully made dishes.

Enjoy an artfully presented prix-fixe dinner with wine pairings from Majka at the Crocker. Elegant small bites, custom pastas, and homemade desserts combine fresh, local ingredients in delightful, often surprising ways for a delectable three-course tasting menu that changes each month.

First Thursdays
5 – 7:30 PM.

Menus are posted on Instagram the week of each dinner.

Reserve your spot here: https://www.exploretock.com/majka