History never tasted so good, friends.

After a successful 2018 launch, the History is Served: Arkansas Foodways Dinner Series is back in action to give you a taste of the good ol' days. To kick off the quarterly series, the first event on April 18 at 6:30 p.m. will center around catfish, the 2019 Arkansas Food of the Year.

The catfish industry, of course, has its roots in Arkansas, and this dinner will pay homage to the Southern staple accordingly. Chef Scott Rains of Table 28 will serve up dishes designed to change the way we think about catfish with a four-course contemporary take on the fish. Rock Town Distillery will also be on hand to serve up cocktails perfectly paired with Chef Rains' menu.

History is Served is a project of and hosted by the Historic Arkansas Museum designed to delve into the state's rich food heritage. The series has yet to announce details surrounding the other upcoming events, except for the summer dinner date: July 11.

Tickets to the April event are available now, and you can get yours online here.

For more information, visit the Historic Arkansas Museum website and follow along on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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