What do omelets have to do with the Craft & Folk Art Museum (CAFAM)? More than you'd think. Before its life as CAFAM, the museum was previously The Egg & The Eye, a space founded by Edith Wyle that included a restaurant serving more than 50 kinds of omelets from various regions of the world. On December 20, CAFAM is partnering with Women's Center for Creative Work (WCCW) and Los Angeles Fibershed to bring the eggs back, along with a broadside showcasing the life and work of Wyle. Omelets, soups, desserts and tea and coffee will all be available for $5-$10. Because when was the last time you had omelets at a museum?