Even lunch. (Just ask Warhol.)
Here to give you a little creative spark: Terzo Piano, debuting Saturday along with the Modern Wing of the Art Institute.
Think of Terzo as a blank canvas for you to spend a leisurely afternoon discussing the masterpieces you've just witnessed inside the museum (and not just the women you saw…). All white-on-white with gorgeous views of North Michigan Avenue's skyline in one direction and the canopy of the Renzo Piano–designed wing in the other, the third-floor perch offers you and your art partner (artner?) a mouthwatering spread of lamb burgers, handmade spaghetti with spring mushrooms, flatbreads and antipasti—all designed by food-artist/Spiaggia-chef/Obama-favorite Tony Mantuano.
And on those days when you would prefer to experience the art of nature, grab a chair on the semi-enclosed piazza and take your time knocking back a few selections from the bar.
The Picassos aren't going anywhere…