New Exhibits at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum
Since 1921 the Delgado Culinary Arts Program has been helping passionate students become chefs.
From its humble beginnings on Bourbon St, Galatoire’s has grown into an icon of the New Orleanian culinary experience.
Camellia Beans brings the story of Red Beans and Rice to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum!
Permanent Exhibits at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum
Dirty Pages: Nashville Women and the Recipes that Tell Their Stories hangs in the Tennessee exhibit.
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.
Past Exhibits at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum
Visit SoFAB virtually with our new online exhibit: Creole Chefs of New Orleans. The exhibit celebrates the influence of African-American chefs and restaurateurs on Creole cuisine and food culture in New Orleans.
The Museum of the American Cocktail and Hannah C. Griggs team up to display a new intereactive exhibit exploring Prohibition in New Orleans.
An exhibit of Victorian-era culinary and mixology artifacts, menus, and ephemera from private collections from 1859-1950, curated by Jeffrey Pogash.
Tattoos allow the chefs and bartenders to make their passions a literal and permanent and visible part of themselves. By wearing their hearts on their sleeves – so to speak – they invite us to explore. Let’s take them up on that invitation with photographer Romney Caruso.
The Southern Food & Beverage Museum opens Tujague's: 160 Years of Tradition on Saturday, May 21.
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.