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With views of Central Park, The Metropolitan Museum of Art – Members Dining Room is a fine dining restaurant exclusively for Members of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Located on the fourth floor of the Museum, The Members Dining Room offers contemporary American cuisine in a sophisticated setting. The emphasis is on seafood as well as local & seasonal ingredients. Each month, Executive Chef Fred Sabo prepares a four-course tasting menu highlighting a different domestic or international cuisine. In addition to our extensive wine list, the Members Dining Room offers a reserve wine list and wine flights to complement your meal. For entertaining family, friends, and business associates, four elegant rooms are available for rental.The Members Dining Room is reserved exclusively for Museum Members. To become a Member, or to renew your Membership please call 570 – 3753 or join online at www.metmuseum.org.


The Members Dining Room is located on the 4th floor of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is at 1000 5th Avenue, entrance near 82nd Street. You'll need to be a Met member (or be dining with a Met member) unless it's Restaurant Week. During Restaurant Week, make your way to the Members Desk on the right hand side of the hall, mention you have a reservation at the Members Dining Room, and you'll be given a Museum ticket sticker to wear.


The Museum is committed to making its collection, buildings, programs, and services accessible to all audiences. The Met Fifth Avenue offers events for visitors with disabilities on a regular basis. Wheelchairs The Met Fifth Avenue is accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors who need to avoid stairs. Accessible entrances are located at Fifth Avenue and 81st Street and through the parking garage at Fifth Avenue and 80th Street. Visitors with disabilities may use mobility devices, including manual and electric wheelchairs, mobility scooters, and manually powered mobility aids (such as walkers, canes, and crutches) in all areas open to public pedestrian use. You may also use certain electronic personal assistance mobility devices (EPAMDs) in areas open to public pedestrian use in accordance with Museum guidelines. Please contact access@metmuseum.org or 212-650-2010 for guidelines and to make a reservation. Visitors may borrow manual wheelchairs (standard and wide) from the coat check at the 81st Street entrance on a first-come, first-served basis. To request an escort for a wheelchair user, contact visitor.assistance@metmuseum.orgor 212-570-3711 (two weeks' notice is preferred). Service Animals Service animals are welcome in the Museum. Assistive Listening Devices Assistive listening devices (with headsets or neck loops) are provided at a variety of gallery programs. See the schedule of events for visitors with hearing loss. Individuals can request assistive listening devices (with headsets and neck loops) for other tours and programs. Ask at the Audio Guide Desk in the Great Hall. For family programs, inquire at the Carson Family Hall desk in the Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education. In the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium and the Uris Center for Education, ask an usher or program instructor. Induction loops are located at the Information and Membership Desks and at select Admissions Desks in the Great Hall and Burke Hall in the Uris Center for Education, as well as at the MetLiveArts box office in the Great Hall. Look for the signs indicating locations. Real-Time Captioning Real-time captioning is available for lectures upon request with at least three weeks' notice, subject to the availability of captioners. Contact access@metmuseum.org or 212-650-2010 (voice). Relay and voice calls welcome. Sign Language Interpretation See the schedule of events presented in American Sign Language with and without voice interpretation, as well as events with Sign Language interpretation. American Sign Language interpretation is available free of charge for other Museum events or guided group tours with two weeks' notice, subject to the availability of interpreters. Voice interpretation may be requested for programs in ASL only. Contact access@metmuseum.org or 212-650-2010 (voice). Relay and voice calls welcome. Large Print Large-print label booklets are available for some exhibitions. They can be found in dispensers at exhibition entrances. Large-print What's On Today flyers are available at Information Desks. Audio Guide Listen to the Audio Guide on your smartphone or pick up a player at the Audio Guide Desk in the Great Hall, at entrances to exhibitions, and at Met Store locations throughout the Museum. Audio Guide players are free for visitors who are blind, partially sighted, Deaf, or with hearing loss. Audio Guide players have volume controls and headsets. Neck loops for hearing aids with T-switches are available upon request. Transcripts in standard and large print are also available for selected tours. Public Telephones Wheelchair-accessible public telephones, as well as telephones with volume control, are located in the Museum. See The Met Fifth Avenue map (PDF) for locations.


Luggage is not allowed into the Museum and cannot be checked in at the Museum's coat-check facilities. This includes small carry-ons and oversize backpacks. All backpacks, large bags, and large umbrellas must be checked in at the coat-check facilities. To ensure the safety of the collection, the Museum does not permit visitors to carry bags on their backs in the galleries. Musical instruments are not allowed into the Museum without prior appointment, and cannot be checked in the coat-check facilities. Food and drink are not allowed in the Museum and may not be checked in at the coat-check facilities.


The Met Apollo Circle The Met Apollo Circle, a special Membership group for young supporters of The Met, engages its Members in a variety of educational and social activities and provides incomparable insights into the Museum's collection and exhibitions. Young Members Are you between the ages of 21 and 35? Join Young Members and get invited to a special series of events and programs tailored to your interests. The Met Family Circle The Met Family Circle is a special Membership group for families with children up to age 12. The program offers children an introduction to The Met collection and an opportunity to further their appreciation of the visual arts. Curatorial Friends Groups Members of Curatorial Friends Groups enjoy unique opportunities to learn about the Museum and its collection with curators and others who share similar interests in intimate, behind-the-scenes settings.


The Museum parking garage, located at Fifth Avenue and 80th Street, is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A parking discount is available to Museum Members only. To receive a discount, Museum Members must have their tickets validated at the Uris Center for Education Membership/Visitor Information Desk. For more information, please call 212-535-7710.


Join The Met Get even closer to the art as a Member with free admission, special viewing hours, parties, and more. Join today. The Met Guide The Metropolitan Museum of Art Guide provides a comprehensive view of art history spanning five millennia and the entire globe. Guided Tours Explore highlights of the collection through a variety of tours. The Met App The easiest way to see what's happening at The Met every day—wherever you are.


Private DiningFeaturing the only tree top view of Central Park, the 4th floor of The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers four unique dining spaces for private events. From birthdays to engagements to milestone life celebrations, these intimate spaces offer something for every occasion.View Private Dining Details


Private DiningFeaturing the only tree top view of Central Park, the 4th floor of The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers four unique dining spaces for private events. From birthdays to engagements to milestone life celebrations, these intimate spaces offer something for every occasion.


Featuring the only tree top view of Central Park, the 4th floor of The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers four unique dining spaces for private events. From birthdays to engagements to milestone life celebrations, these intimate spaces offer something for every occasion.


Membership brings you even closer to art all year long with special viewing hours, parties, and dining spaces just for you. Not to mention, you'll be supporting the Museum's mission to make art accessible for all. Membership benefits include free, express admission at The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters, as well as access to Members-only dining spaces, a 10% discount in The Met Store, and much more.


Sketching, in pencil only, is permitted in all the permanent collection galleries of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Sketching is also permitted in most special exhibitions; please inquire at the Information Desk in the Great Hall about current exhibitions and guidelines.


The Met Fifth Avenue presents over 5,000 years of art spanning all cultures and time periods. Since the Museum opened its doors to the public in its current location in Central Park in 1880, its footprint has expanded to cover more than two million square feet. Today, art comes alive in the Museum's galleries and through its exhibitions and events, revealing both new ideas and unexpected connections across time and cultures.


The Met Apollo Circle The Met Apollo Circle, a special Membership group for young supporters of The Met, engages its Members in a variety of educational and social activities and provides incomparable insights into the Museum's collection and exhibitions. Young Members Are you between the ages of 21 and 35? Join Young Members and get invited to a special series of events and programs tailored to your interests.