The American Museum of Natural History is going beyond the dinosaurs this week and will get you tipsy. Sounds like a plan to us. The museum has a cool program dubbed Global Kitchen where they delve into the history of food and drink, and the tipplers out there will surely like the discussion coming up on Thursday, May 3. The event is dubbed Tequila and Chilies and will feature a chat led by Jean Carlos Aguirre from Mano a Mano: Mexican Culture Without Borders, which is a nonprofit organization that celebrates Mexican culture. He’ll be joined by a representative from Richard Sandoval Restaurants, who will dish out tasting flights of tequila along with samples of chili-based dishes from around Mexico.
The evening starts at 6:30 and costs $30 per person. Just don’t get too tipsy and think you can make like the movies and spend the night in the museum – they don’t actually let you do that. Get more info here.