Town Hall invites you to celebrate

FAT TUESDAY
February 28, starts at 6pm

N’awlins fare & dancing
with “the gang”

bottomless
Louisiana Style Hurricanes
Abita Beer
Leblon Caipirinhas
Red & White Wine

all-you-can-eat
Raw Bar |Fried Chicken | Jambalaya | Gumbo
St. Louis Ribs | Crawfish Boil | Andouille Sausage
Shrimp ‘n Grits | Corn Bread | Buttermilk Biscuits
King Cake

Live Music by
The Joe Cohen Show feat. Wil Blades
plus Samba Dancers by Amor do Samba

Beads, Feather Boas, Masks,
and Face Painters

 
mask
Purchase your tickets early for the discounted price of
$85 per person
(plus 8.5 % tax)
gratuity is optional,
yet much appreciated
$110 per person at the door
(inclusive of tax)
 A WORD ON
FAT TUESDAY
 
Fat Tuesday is the day before Ash Wednesday, also known as Mardi Gras. It is the day when people eat and drink everything and anything they want. Nowhere is Fat Tuesday celebrated more than on Bourbon Street in New Orleans with festivities and parades and, of course, decadent amounts of food and drink. A long standing tradition on Fat Tuesday is to wear beads and give them to others. Tradition requires that if a man gives a woman his beads she has to do something for him...........
feel free to break all tradition.

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