A special exhibit at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum in New Orleans celebrates the 175th anniversary of Antoine’s — the oldest continuously operating restaurant still run by the founding family in the United States. The exhibit, which will run through June, features portraits, artifacts and stories about the venerable French Quarter landmark. A feature of this exhibit is the Amnesty Program. Diners who visited Antoine’s over the years and “accidentally” took mementos are encouraged to bring back those items, along with the story, for display in the museum.
Details: www.southernfood.org or 504-569-0405.
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