Mitsitam Espresso Bar
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.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed through late spring 2024 for renovations.
While the Mitsitam Cafe is closed, the Mitsitam Espresso bar will be expanding its offerings. Visitors can find additional food options at other Smithsonian museums, including the Mars Café at the neighboring National Air and Space Museum, Dolcezza Coffee and Gelato at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Ocean Terrace and Atrium Cafés at the National Museum of Natural History, Eat at America’s Table and LeRoy Neiman Jazz Cafes at the National Museum of American History, and Sweet Home Café at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
The Roanoke Museum Store presents Native American artistry from the past and present, illustrating how different artists interpret cultural traditions and art forms. The store features jewelry, textiles, and other works by Native artisans; souvenirs; and children’s books and toys. Selected books, music, and gifts are also available via our online bookstore and the Smithsonian Store.