Every Monday and Thursday from 11 AM to 1 PM, the Southern Food & Beverage Museum offers a weekly lunch demonstration in the state-of-the-art Rouses Culinary Innovation Center by Jenn-Air. Join us for an informative and delicious meal and learn about the history and culture behind the food of Louisiana.
The Southern Food & 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 & Beverage Museum? Learn more here!
MOTAC Tuesday Tastings are held at Westbound in Los Angeles. Drop in for a complimentary tasting and lively discussion and support MOTAC at the same time.
Join SoFAB to welcome Chef Gabriel Charpentier for a demonstration and tasting during your museum visit.
Tickets for SoFAB's Summer Kids Culinary Camp go on sale on March 8th at 12:00 PM! See the full schedule here.
The Southern Food & Beverage Museum and John E Koerner & Co., Inc., present the second annual New Orleans Big Top Cake Competition and Bakery Carnival! Bakers compete for the best decorated cake and most delicious pastries in New Orleans, while the public gets to enjoy the delicious fruits of their labor and vote for their favorites!
Liz Williams speaks at the St. Bernard Parish Library.
Touring the Cocktail: MOTAC Los Angeles presents a history of liqueur with Lesley Jacobs Solmonson and Drinkmaster Samuel Houston at Spring Restaurant in Los Angeles.
Join the Pacific Food & Beverage Museum for an evening of Indian cuisine and Indian whisky as Chef George Godinho pairs Paul John Whisky with Goan specialities at his restaurant, Mandovi Indian Cuisine in El Segundo.
NatFAB Fellow Dr. Howard Conyers brings Chef Pierre Thiam to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum for a dinner exploring the cultural and culinary ties between Senegal and Louisiana
Join the National WWII Museum and the Southern Food and Beverage Museum for an exploration of 1940s foodways with WWII Museum Curator Kim Guise and SoFAB's Liz Williams.
Join the Pacific Food & Beverage Museum for next dinner in The Thoughtful Feast series. This time we'll be going back in time to the days of the California Basque boardinghouse supper at A Basq Kitchen
Join the Pacific Food & Beverage Museum in exploring the cuisine of Spanish California with Chef Anne Conness in her restaurant, Sausal.
The Pacific Food & Beverage Museum (PacFAB) and The Museum of the American Cocktail (MOTAC), in collaboration with Women Who Whiskey - Los Angeles, are proud to announce the first annual Global Burns Night, a progressive dinner featuring seven courses of multicultural small plates paired with single malt whiskies from around the world.