August 8, 2018
“We’re looking for something that will set the stage, a booth people can slide into and sit and look at old menus,” said Denise Sindelar, programs director for the museum in downtown Ventura.
When it opens Aug. 30 for a run through Nov. 25, “At Table: The Business of Food and Community” will divide the topic into no fewer than three courses — with the occasional palate cleanser in the form of to-be-announced events like movie screenings, a farm-to-table dinner and a panel discussion with journalist Gustavo Arellano, author of “Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America.”
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