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*Note: MOFAD will be closed Friday, June 1st after 4pm, please plan your trip accordingly. All other hours of operation remain regular. MOFAD Lab is a design studio in Brooklyn where the Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) creates and showcases its...more
We paid $35 for 2 addults and 1 child and the check in was pleasant.
They offer the basic tour as well as tour and some food.
One of the two interactive exhibitions was broken. The museum itself is basically 30x30 yards and it tells...More
Museum is a great place to get some education, relaxation, and appreciation of the arts. But, when a museum is about food and drink, it can get to the whole another level of education and fun! MOFAD is dedicated to educate the public about the...More
Let’s start from the end. The tasting of a pork with rice was divine, from an excellent young chef. The exhibit for Chow, Chinese-American food, quick but very informative. Fortune cookies originally from Japan.. who knew!?
We had a great experience at MoFAD in Brooklyn. We saw the CHOW exhibition which...
"...celebrates the birth and evolution of Chinese American restaurants, tracing their nearly 170-year history and sparking conversation about food culture, immigration, and what it means to be American. "
We learned of this museum while watching a TV episode on the Travel Channel.
The museum is not too big and depending on how fast you read, it could take 30 minutes to over an hour.
The current display is called "Chow," which is all...More
This museum may be small, but it packs a lot in. The museum has a different exhibit every 6 months that shapes the museum. We were there for the history of Chinese restaurant in America exhibit. It was great and informative
As a foodie and 2nd generation Chinese American who grew up on home-cooked and now cooks Chinese food, this museum was right up my alley. The museum will take less than an hour, but it tells a good story about the history of Chinese Americans...More