The Tate and a question of taste
Taste, the new bistro at the Tate Gallery, Liverpool, is part of a recent redevelopment of the southern block of the building by Michael Wilford & Partners. Although the scheme also includes important gallery and administration improvements, Taste's crucial role is in creating the more open and welcoming image sought by the gallery, in keeping with its growing popularity: 500,000 people visit the Tate each year and this figure is expected to double.
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