Can you spot the kiosk?

What better to pair up with your trip to the Guggenheim than a nice packaged portion of meat paste, or hot dogs, or whatever. Well, dream on carnivorous Kandinsky lovers, because the Landmarks Preservation Commission just denied the museum its Andre Kikoski designed food kiosk—a move that shocked Eater. According to the website—which posted these renderings earlier this week—"the commissioners said the tiny teardrop-shaped stand underneath the Fifth Avenue overhang was too intrusive and distracted from Frank Lloyd Wright's landmark."

Well, it shouldn't be that surprising since this is the same LPC that agonized over shades of paint for the museum's exterior.