Are visitors allowed to bring in their own food for picnics?
No, there is a restaurant there. However, great restaurants in Delray Beach
No. The Japanese restaurant serves food from boxes to meals
No, they have a restaurant outdoors near the lake. Very nice and not expensive. I recommend it and you will enjoy the culture even more.
I would think not. You can call and ask, but I would not do that.
The restaurant at the museum is rated as one of the top museum restaurants in the country. The food is delicious, the service is excellent and the ambience fantastic. Only visitors can eat at the restaurant, which is very affordable. I recommend that new visitors to the gardens include a trip to the restaurant as part of their museum experience. Not a place for a picnic.
Not really sure, sorry.
I don't know for sure, but I don't think so. I didn't see any place for that, or anyone doing it. They do have a little restaurant/cafeteria.
No food in the gardens. There is a restaurant open for lunch.
I agree with other answers- it's less a park and more gardens and walking paths with a few areas where one could pause but not really for picnics.
No, I don't think so. There is however good food at reasonable prices inside.
I don't believe so. This 'park' doesn't have a lot of grassy areas to have a picnic. The idea of the park is a walking path that takes you through the different areas within the Japanese time periods and their significance. There are a few benches and sitting areas along the way but I didn't see any good place for a picnic.
Not inside the park. However the food served inside is very good and not expensive.
There is a picnic area outside the park, there is no picnic area inside the garden.
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