Southern Food And Beverage Museum, New Orleans

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Southern Food And Beverage Museum, New Orleans - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 1504 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70113, United States

Phone: +1-5045690405

Ticket Price: 11 USD

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Time Required: 00:45 Mins

Timings: 11:00 am - 05:30 pm Details

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The Southern Food and Beverage Museum keeps the food culture and history of Southern food alive by arranging tours, lectures and demos that get you familiar with the southern palate, flavours and even getfirsthand recipes of some popular iconic southern dishes like Jambalaya.

The highlight is the history of cocktails. The museum has a rare gallery/collection of Absinthe that shows the history of probably the most popular and mystical drink of all times.

Southern Food And Beverage Museum Ticket Prices

  • Adults: USD 10.50 per person.
  • Students (with ID), Military, and Seniors over age 60: USD 5.25 per person.
  • Children Under 12 years (with an adult): Free.
  • Group Rates and Activities are available upon request.

Southern Food And Beverage Museum Opening and Closing Hours

  • Field Trips and Group Tours can be scheduled when the museum is closed. Please contact the place for more information.

How To reach Southern Food And Beverage Museum by Public Transport

  • By Bus: O C Haley at M L King
  • By Tram: St Charles at Melpomene
  • By renting a Car/ Bike.
  • By Taxi.

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  • What a great cozy museum. Even the building itself is historical, but then again in New Orleans, what isn't? If you are a fan of Al Copeland there is a very prominent, almost a wing of the museum, exhibit on him and his endeavors. Also check out the restaurant that is part and parcel of the museum.

  • Cute little museum with a decent exhibit. Staff is very friendly. There was a cooking and a cocktail demonstration when we were there. Spent around 2 hours there.

  • Great museum for anyone interested in cooking or bartending. Lots of interesting exhibits that really showcases the unique culinary and bartending history behind New Orleans.

  • Super interesting small museum, great for tourists and locals alike. Seems very popular, constantly holding classes and events. There's a nice little restaurant and bar attached, but I didn't visit due to the prices.

  • I enjoyed the museum. There was an amazing history section on Popeye's chicken that was informative and interesting. There were items from Schwegmann's Supermarket that I hadn't seen in quite awhile. The large area dedicated to absinthe didn't pique my interest much and it was huge. The only gripe I have, which isn't large, was the several stands of other location's food history. This didn't just cover the south. We are known for our culture, especially food, I thought there would be more to offer. Maybe they are just starting this collection so I hope to see it grow. I think it would be a great museum to have for both locals and visitors.

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