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Cultural Feasts


Gastropologie! Explore food from a different perspective, and enjoy the fruits of your learning. Culinary history is the most delicious way to study different times, places and peoples.

Our series of Cultural Feasts offer unique opportunities to delve deeper into the museum’s exhibitions through the flavors of the highlighted culture and time period. While you dine, our culinary historian Merrianne Timko illuminates the history and significance of the selected menu items. We have worked with the most notable food stars of Houston including Danny Trace, Richard Middleton Michael and David Cordúa, Robert Del Grande, Rob Walsh, Kiran Verma, Kate McLean, Brock Wagner, Randy Evans

Delicious events like these help make Houston one of the most interesting and diverse food scenes in North America. Join us at the table!

Coming fall 2020 is Dining in Pompeii. Stay tuned for details!


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