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Muse brings together former chefs of Riel, La Table, the Dunlavy, and the Classic for a 4,000 square foot high-end fusion restaurant on the edge of Montrose and River Oaks. And it’s filled with massive glowing cherry blossom trees lit by pink LEDs. A mix of different cuisines and flavors shows up on the menu, with dishes like wagyu potstickers with caviar, lobster pasta, and a red bean brownie dessert with Vietnamese coffee mousse. Brunch service on Muse’s rooftop patio is soon to follow. 

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