“Chow: Making the Chinese American Restaurant,” on view at the Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) thru March 2019. (Megan Swann, Museum of Food and Drink)

Museum of Food and Drink

It stands to reason that, in a city as obsessed with food as New York is, there should be an interactive museum dedicated to the culinary arts, with exhibits that visitors can taste, touch and smell.

Hours: F-Su noon-6 pm (last entry 5:30 pm)

General admission (includes unlimited fortune cookies and a small complimentary tasting): $14 adults, $10 seniors/students/military/disabled/low-income, $7 children 6-17, free for children 5 and under

Special admission (includes general admission, unlimited fortune cookies and a meal of dim sum, a larger portion of the monthly tasting and dessert): $25 adults, $20 seniors/students/military/disabled/low-income, $17 children 6-17



62 Bayard St
Brooklyn, NY 11222
United States


(718) 387 - 2845