New Exhibits at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum
Camellia Beans brings the story of Red Beans and Rice to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum!
The Southern Food & Beverage Museum opens a new exhibit showcasing the beautiful menus and ephemera of hotels, giving you a chance to enjoy the romance and nostalgia of fine dining in past times.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Celebrate the 175th anniversary of Antoine's Restaurant with a special exhibit at Southern Food and Beverage Museum.