The Oxford American Presents: A Celebration of the 2010 Southern Food Issue

Join us as we celebrate Southern culinary culture at its finest. To supplement the great writing in The Oxford American's 2010 Southern Food issue, we are having events in Charleston, Atlanta, New York City and New Orleans. Take a road trip and enjoy the unique flavors of each city while you mingle with OA writers, leading chefs and food purveyors, and special surprise guests. It’s our way of indulging in great food, good fun and all that it means to be Southern. For information on the events happening in each location, click on the links below, call (501) 320-5730 or email us.

New Orleans, LA

Champagne Reception at the Ogden

The Oxford American and the Independent Champagne & Sparkling Wine Invitational present a reception featuring champagne, caviar, oysters, and a special preview of the upcoming exhibition Give My Poor Heart Ease.

Friday, April 16, 5 p.m.

Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp Street
By invitation only. For information e-mail

OA Southern Food Issue Dinner

Featuring John T. Edge, OA writers and special guests!

Suggested tax-deductible donation: $500 a person or $1,000 a couple
Proceeds benefit The Oxford American Literary Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

Friday, April 16, 6:30 pm

123 Baronne Street
Space is limited. For reservations call 501-320-5730 or e-mail

SoFAB Symposium

The OA Southern Food Issue will be the subject of a symposium at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum with John T. Edge and participating writers.

Saturday, April 17, 1:30 pm (Public reception at 5 pm)

Southern Food and Beverage Museum
1 Poydras Street #169
Call 504-569-0405 for reservations or visit

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