Rosebar, a local farm-to-table catering company, is offering lunches in the museum at a temporary lunch counter, with a menu inspired by Puerto Rico. It includes: pernil (roast pork) with chimichurri mayo, local greens and pickled onions on Rosebar focaccia; roasted cauliflower with chimichurri mayo, local greens and queso blanco on Rosebar focaccia, a seasonal salad and polvorones (wedding cookies). Rosebar was founded in 2016 by Marjory Sweet who owns and operates a small vegetable farm in Albuquerque’s South Valley and Corinne Fay who has a background in restaurant cooking and pastry. Rosebar specializes in both sweet and savory food that is creative, approachable, and inspired by the seasonal produce of the Rio Grande Valley.
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For more information on our exhibition «Puerto Rico: Defying Darkness» and our Fall programming please visit 516arts.org