The Museum of Food and Drink Holds Storytime


The Museum of Meals and Drink has scheduled a session for youngsters that includes Kalamata’s Kitchen, a program that explores meals with books, video games and different gadgets. Within the yard of Native Roots NYC, a market and cafe, Joshua David Stein, a meals author, will inform tales about meals; he will likely be joined by Sarah Thomas, a former sommelier at Le Bernardin and a founding father of Kalamata’s Kitchen. Snacks will likely be served.

MOFAD Meals Journey Storytime, $5, Saturday, 9:45 to 10:30, Native Roots NYC, 398 Courtroom Road (Carroll Road), Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn,

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