Tate Modern creates Andy Warhol-inspired menu

Coinciding with Tate Modern’s major Andy Warhol retrospective , Tate Eats has created ‘Flavors from "The Factory"’ – a menu inspired by the late king of pop art. Hungry?

The menu will run for the duration of the exhibition until 6 September 2020. You can dine like Warhol (and his hairdresser’s cat) during the exhibition’s season-long run in the museum’s Level 9 restaurant. But if ‘Tuna Fish Disaster’ doesn’t take your fancy, perhaps Warhol’s Favorite Frozen Hot Chocolate will, also available throughout Tate Modern’s cafés.

‘Bringing Home the Bacon’

‘Coca Cola Jelly’

‘Pâté for the Cat’

‘Pâté for the Cat’

’Tuna Fish Disaster’, inspired by the 1963 work of the same name.

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