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Chefs Isaac Toups, Alex Harrell and Marcus Woodham to Host Five Course Bourbon Dinner

Tujague's 160th anniversary festivities continue with the second guest chef dinner on Thursday, July 14, 2016 at 7PM. That evening, folks can enjoy a five course collaborative meal from Chefs Isaac Toups of Toups Meatery; Alex Harrell of Angeline and Marcus Woodham of Tujague's. Priced at $110 per person all inclusive, the dinner will feature cocktail pairings from Jefferson Bourbon, who created a small batch barrel in honor of the restaurant's 160th anniversary. Guests will also receive a complimentary commemorative anniversary old fashioned glass. Signed Tujague's cookbooks and bottles of Tujague's anniversary bourbon will be available for sale. A portion of proceeds will go to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum (SoFAB). Menu follows:

First Course
Scallop Ceviche with Grilled Peach Broth, Granola, Basil & Bitter Greens

Peach Roffignac

Second Course
Buttermilk Hot Fried Chicken Livers with Whipped Gorgonzola, Sweet Pickles & Crostini

Swedish Sweet Tea with Bourbon

Third Course
Salad of Louisiana Heirloom Tomatoes and Cucumbers with Fermented Corn, Crispy Chicken Skins, Torn Herbs & Green Goddess

Blonde Manhattan with Cocchi Americano & Yellow Chartreuse

Fourth Course
Orange Glazed Pork Ribs with Mint Coleslaw

 Beer n' Shot Shandy

Fifth Course
Apple Cobbler with Salted Cane Syrup & Bourbon Cream

Bourbon-Amaro Mind Eraser

Tujague's 160th Anniversary second Guest Chef Bourbon Dinner will take place on Thursday, July 14th at 7PM. Seating is limited and reservations are suggested by calling 504-525-8676. Tujague's is located at 823 Decatur Street in New Orleans' French Quarter. For information on the restaurant and other 160th Anniversary festivities, visit

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About The Southern Food & Beverage Museum (SoFAB)

In September 2014, the Southern Food & Beverage Museum (SoFAB) opened in its new location at 1504 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard in the renovated Dryades Market, a public food market which first opened in New Orleans in 1847. Named as one of 2015's "11 of the World's Top Food Museums" by CNN, SoFAB is a division of the nonprofit National Food & Beverage Foundation (NatFAB), which celebrates the food and drink of all cultures, with a focus on the history of cuisine and cocktails, through a variety of exhibits, programming, and a range of media.