A Taste of New-York History is a carefully curated collection of specialty foods by local independent producers available in the Museum Store. The choice selection exemplifies a farm-to-table ethos and contributes to the larger story of American History told at the New-York Historical Society. Friday Night Bites is a new series of evening events, free to the public, to be held in the New-York Historical Society Museum Store. On select Friday Nights we’ve invited local food makers to come and tell the story of their business, their food making process and to offer tastes of foods and drinks made using their creations.
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Morris Kitchen in Brooklyn, New York, maker of fine beverage flavor syrups, was started by brother and sister Tyler and Kari Morris in 2009. Kari came to New York to organize art fairs and events and since then has been involved in programs with City Harvest, Citizen Schools, and most recently teaching kids and adults about local produce and healthy eating habits. Tyler, previously sous chef in some of New York City's notable restaurants, is well educated in seasonal ingredients and sustainable farming. The Morrises of Morris Kitchen will bring their spirited flavored syrups and soothing summer mixology skills on the evening of the Museum’s Swing Time: Reginald Marsh and Thirties New York exhibition opening.