New Exhibits at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum
Visit the newest addition to the Tennessee exhibit and enjoy photographs from Dirty Pages: Nashville Women and the Recipes that Tell Their Stories.
Permanent Exhibits at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum
This exhibit showcases the life of Al Copeland, a successful local entrepreneur who founded the Popeyes Chicken fast food chain and brought the flavors and spices of New Orleans to the rest of the world.
Take a walk on the Trail of Smoke and Fire to discover which state you think would win at a barbecue cookout!
A focal point of the new home of the Southern Food & Beverage Museum is the Gallery of the South: States of Taste, a collection of exhibits on the food and foodways of each Southern state.
The National Food & Beverage Foundation is home to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum in New Orleans, and The Museum of the American Cocktail, with exhibits in New Orleans and Los Angeles.
The MOTAC Agave Gallery opens January 26, 2016 at Las Perlas, a mezcal and tequila bar in downtown Los Angeles.
The MOTAC Whisk(e)y Gallery is located inside Seven Grand Whiskey Bar in Downtown Los Angeles.
Past Exhibits at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum
Sam Hanna's beautiful food photographs are on display through June 2015.
The Photography of Modernist Cuisine: The Exhibition, a collection of over 45 large-format photographs of food.
Selected photographs from the book The People's Place: Soul Food Restaurants and Reminiscences from the Civil Rights Era to Today.
Celebrate the 175th anniversary of Antoine's Restaurant with a special exhibit at Southern Food and Beverage Museum.