The St. Louis Art Museum just reopened with strict attendance controls. We wanted to have another look at the special show, Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dalí. The subject is the influential 19th Century French painter, Jean-François Millet, an artist who had great impact but I didn't know well. Van Gogh worshiped him.
It was lunch time when we were done. We won't go inside restaurants yet but there was window service and a big terrace at the Boat House. You can rent a paddle boat, kayak or paddle board to putt around Forest Park's large system of waterways. We had our sandwiches and watched people glide across the water. It's as close as St. Louisans can get to a cheeseburger in paradise.