Culture Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck is an urban café & bar located within Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) on Level 1 featuring modern, seasonally driven dishes in a relaxed setting. The approachable menu showcases Wolfgang’s signature take on comfort food and includes freshly prepared sandwiches, soups, salads and sides, as well as menu items just for kids. A selection of daily prepared grab & go items plus freshly baked pastries and a full service coffee bar make it a great option for guests looking for a swift bite.
Culture Kitchen offers a full bar with locally sourced wines-by-the-glass and craft beers. Conveniently located at the Seattle Center without requiring admission to MoPOP, Culture Kitchen is a casual dining choice for locals and visitors alike.
For more information about Culture Kitchen, please call us at 206-262-3030
Culture Kitchen is located in MoPOP, near the East and North/Group entrances. Tickets to MoPOP are not required to dine at Culture Kitchen.
MoPOP is at 325 5th Avenue N at Seattle Center and is easily accessible by car, numerous bus routes, and the historic Seattle Center Monorail, built in 1962 for the Seattle World’s Fair. A pay-to-park lot is available on the north end of the building.
Read what these guests had to say about their experience with Culture Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck.
Reviewed On Google by Ujjwala H.
…the food is delicious and the service quick and friendly. Love that they have a veggie burger option (its good and filling) but it was the waffle fries that stole the show for me! They were perfect! A good addition to your meal or a fab little snack. Portions were also better than I expected.
Reviewed On Google by Laurie E.
You're in a museum, and so you imagine that the tab will be high and the food mediocre. But nothing could be further from the truth. Delicious fare at reasonable prices for the center of the city. Friendly service, too! And it makes it easy to grab a quick bite, rest your legs, and then get back to exploring the amazing MoPop museum!!
Reviewed On Google by Brian E.
Busy day and want a quick bite? Counter service. Tired and need a spirit refill? Full bar. Cold rainy day? Muenster sourdough grilled cheese and creamy tomato soup to warm the insides. Personable and knowledgeable staff to guide your way. And prices below what you'd expect at a metropolitan museum.
Reviewed On Facebook by Michael A.
We love this place! For starters, they have some of the best Bloody Mary's around. Served by the the most friendly, attentive bartender. A stop here has now become a must do on every Seattle trip.