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Southern Food and Beverage Museum, New Orleans

(3.4/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This is not a museum, in the traditional sense (to me at least) but it's an interesting collection of historical items about food and beverages common in New Orleans and the south. We went through the...  more »
  • The SoFB Museum has been in its new location since 2014. Previously it was located at the Riverwalk Market Place. While the Museum is basically self-paced and on your own, if you time it right, you mi...  more »
  • This museum definitely exceeded our expectations! First of all, if you can do the cooking demonstration. It was $40 per person and was a 3 course meal, and also included free admission to the museum (...  more »
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  • This place has many services attached to it. When I went there was cooking being done and the food was shared with everyone to try it. There is a bar and a library. I Loved checking out the absinthe collection from over the years. I recommend this place
  • A little pricey admission fee ($10.50), but a fun, educational and well done collection.
  • I loved my visit here during Smithsonian Museum Day live. The live cooking demo was awesome.
  • They are doing some awesome things here! Demos and food history. It's such a great place! Definitely check out their website for events.
  • Fantastic, worth a visit. The people are wonderful!! Neat southern food history.