MoFaD: Museum of Food and Drink

62 Bayard Street
You ever want to eat an exhibit? Well, now you can! MOFAD's goal is to show how exciting it is to learn about the culture, history, science, production, and commerce of food and drink. They recently opened MOFAD Lab, a design studio in Brooklyn where... more
You ever want to eat an exhibit? Well, now you can! MOFAD's goal is to show how exciting it is to learn about the culture, history, science, production, and commerce of food and drink. They recently opened MOFAD Lab, a design studio in Brooklyn where we create and showcase our exhibition concepts.

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62 Bayard Street
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11222
(718) 387-2845
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Admission And Tickets

Adults: $14
Reduced (student, senior, low-income): $10
Youth 5–17: $7
Children under 5: Free

Special Admission: Chow Down! Includes large tasting menu and unlimited fortune cookies.
Adults: $25
Reduced (student, senior, low-income): $20
Youth6–17: $17.00

This Week's Hours

Fri - Sun: 12:00pm - 6:00pm

Nearby Subway

  • to Lorimer
  • to Metropolitan Ave

@MOFAD

At
https://t.co/bxVWTTzVnf, visitors can explore a digitized version of the Legacy Quilt featuring MOFAD-curated blocks alongside those submitted by anyone who is inspired by the story of African/American and their own African American culinary heroes. Yesterday at 3:49 PM

This past year, students from across the nation created their own quilt blocks for the online Legacy Quilt Project and we’re excited to share some of them for #BlackHistoryMonth! This week's featured student submission is by Lionel (6th grade)!
https://t.co/oMW4juVzbZ
https://t.co/IJrKTPYVS0 Yesterday at 3:49 PM

RT @EmilyContois: Every #BlackHistoryMonth, I update this list (started with @kchysmith in 2017) of academic books on African American food… Yesterday at 5:16 PM

Here at MOFAD, we aim to honor Black food history and foodways all year long, but we’re excited to spend February recognizing Black culinary narratives for #BlackHistoryMonth! We're starting off by checking in with Dr. Jessica B. Harris (@africooks)! #foodisculture #foodhistory
https://t.co/W7WsAZM3HH Yesterday at 5:15 PM

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