The Southern Food and Beverage Museum and The Museum of the American Cocktail host a variety of programs in New Orleans, Los Angeles, and beyond. See the below schedule for upcoming cooking programs, lectures, and tastings. Interested in booking your next private event at the amazing Southern Food and Beverage Museum? Learn more here!
Join SoFAB for a weekend of barbecue with Dr. Howard Conyers; Southern Living Magazine Barbecue Columnist Robert Moss; and friends. We'll enjoy a hands-on overnight barbecue cooking demonstration as well as lectures and presentations from barbecue experts.
Join SoFAB on October 3 for a special launch and book signing of a new book by Dave Hoekstra, The People's Place Soul Food Restaurants and Reminiscences from the Civil Rights Era to Today with photographs by Paul Natkin.
The Museum of the American Cocktail (MOTAC) announces its next Los Angeles seminar, "A Room with a View: How the Hotel Bar Shaped Drinking."
Join SoFAB to welcome The Photography of Modernist Cuisine: The Exhibition on Saturday, September 12th.
Join The Times-Picayune to celebrate the re-release of Cooking Up a Storm with a free evening at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum.
The Museum of the American Cocktail announces its next Los Angeles seminar, "Sin and the Silver Screen: The Birth of Spirited Hollywood," with Lesley Jacobs Solmonson & David Solmonson
Kids Culinary Camp is a half-day summer camp that gets kids in the kitchen to learn to cook in a way that’s hands-on and fun. Each day there’s a new recipe and campers work together measuring, chopping, and stirring to create a delicious and healthy lunch to enjoy with each other.
Celebrate with Leah's Pralines as they join the Culinary Heritage Register.
Drop in any Tuesday between 7:00pm and 9:00pm for a complimentary tasting and lively discussion and support MOTAC at the same time.
This is a hands on (actually mouth on and nose on) presentation with fresh and dried samples of edible and useful plants, part of the Eat Local Challenge.