SoFAB PRESENTS 4th ANNUAL CIRQUE de CUISINE: A KITCHEN TOUR
Culinary Stroll Through French Quarter Sunday, October 7, 2018
NEW ORLEANS, LA: The Southern Food & Beverage Museum (SoFAB) will present the fourth annual Cirque de Cuisine: A Kitchen Tour, on Sunday, October 7, 2018 from 1PM – 5PM, taking place at ten historic and beautiful private homes.
Guests will stroll at their leisure and enjoy a behind-the-scenes view. At each home, Chefs from some of the city’s finest restaurants will offer small tastes of signature dishes, paired with a cocktail, wine, champagne, beer or soft drink. A new stop on the tour this year is Brennan’s on Royal Street, where guests can enjoy sparkling wine and a special Cirque de Cuisine treat in the courtyard.
Participating restaurants include Toups South; EAT and Wayne Jacob’s Smokehouse; Delachaise & Chais Delachaise; Sushi at Squeezed at Pythian Market; Copper Vine; Private Chef Kevin O’Brien with Mayhew Bakery; Edison’s Espresso & Tea Bar; Happy Jaxx; Francesca and others.
The Cirque de Cuisine will begin at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel of The New Orleans Hotel Collection at 730 Bourbon Street where guests will receive a wristband and map. Tickets are $65 at the door, $55 in advance and $45 for SoFAB Members, and can be purchased at https://natfab.org/events/cirque-de-cuisine-2018.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL FOOD & BEVERAGE FOUNDATION (NatFAB)
The National Food & Beverage Foundation (NatFAB) is a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) nonprofit cultural enterprise. It documents and celebrates the food and drink of all cultures through exhibits, programming, and a range of media. Because everyone eats, all aspects of food and drink—culture and geography, anthropology and history, economics and politics, law and policy, media and the arts, science and technology—reveal the state of the world. NatFAB, home to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum, The Museum of the American Cocktail (MOTAC), Pacific Food & Beverage Museum, the John & Bonnie Boyd Hospitality & Culinary Library, SoFAB Media, and the National Culinary Heritage Register, is among the nation's most comprehensive cultural institutions studying food and drink.
For more information, visit natfab.org.
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