Did you know brunch was invented in NOLA?
In the 1870’s, Madame Begue invented the meal “brunch” for New Orleans’ working people who finished their shifts after traditional breakfast hours, but before lunch hours began. Since then, brunch has become a cultural sensation, bringing people together from around the world to enjoy a festive weekend meal.
In honor of this grand brunch tradition, the Southern Food & Beverage Museum (SoFAB) will invite guests to join in the celebration October 2021 with Brunch Month – a weekly series of brunch pop-ups hosted by some of New Orleans’ renowned Chefs and personalities. Priced at $60 per person, the three-course brunch includes tax and gratuity (excluding alcohol).
This will be the delicious lineup:
Saturday, 10/2 – Drag Brunch hosted by Poppy Tooker, featuring dishes by Chef Jason Goodenough (Carrolton Market)
Saturday, 10/16 – Filipino Kamyan Brunch, featuring Cristina Quackenbush (Milkfish)
Saturday, 10/23 – Barrow’s Beyond Catfish, featuring the team from Barrow’s Catfish
Saturday, 10/30 – Halloween Boehme Brunch, featuring Colleen Allerton and Camille Staub of Luncheon
Guests will be able to enjoy a la carte classic brunch cocktails and punches from Eve Marie Haydel, SoFAB Board Member and Bar Director for Dooky Chase’s Restaurant.
Plan in advance! Since October 2021 is a busy month in New Orleans, filled with festivals and events, guests are encouraged to make reservations far in advance, as seating is very limited.
Join the fun this October 2021 at the Louisiana Kitchen and Gallery at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum, 1504 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard in New Orleans. Visit the Museum’s official webpage for more information and tickets.