No French Market this Sunday, Happy Easter!

A Partnership of SoFAB and the French Market Corporation

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French Market, New Orleans, LA

Every Sunday at 2 PM, the French Market Corporation and the Southern Food and Beverage Museum will team up to host a series of free programs that highlight the cuisine and culinary culture of New Orleans. Expect to see cooking demos, food conversations, and musical entertainment throughout the year at the French Market Fare stage in the Farmers Market,  located between Ursulines and Governor Nicholls Streets.

French Market Fare is held from March to November.

Please contact kelsey@southernfood.org for more information, and we look forward to seeing you in the market!  The French Market has plenty of great programs going on throughout the year, too, so be sure to check their events page for the latest news. To get a glimpse of what we do each week, be sure to check out SoFAB’s photos on Facebook, where our photographer Stephen Binns captures all the action shots.

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No French Market Fare on Sunday, April 13 and Sunday, April 20

Due to the French Quarter Fest and Easter Sunday, there will be no French Market Fares on these dates. Please join SoFAB when we resume the series on Sunday, April 27.

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Sunday, April 27: Visit New Orleans’ Best Ethnic Restaurants

Join author Ann Benoit as she explores a very different aspect of New Orleans cuisine – the city’s best ethnic restaurants.  Bounce along this fun-filled culinary tour of New Orleans’ top 100 ethnic restaurants, from Eastern European pop-ups to Brazilian churra’s. A history, a cookbook and a new culinary atlas for your next trip to the amazing ethic food of fabulous New Orleans or your guidebook to culinary tourism in your own town!

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  1. […] At 2 p.m. this Sunday, SoFAB’s head curator Prescott Trudeau hosts a discussion about sugar cane, The Old Arabi Sugar Museum and St. Bernard Parish’s history as it relates to sugar. This discussion is part of the French Market Fare Culinary Series, presented by the French Market Corporation and SoFAB. […]

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