Throw A Mardi Gras Lunch

The weekend leading up to Mardi Gras can seem a lot like a marathon. With some of New Orleans’s biggest parades rolling on Saturday and Sunday, it’s a good idea to sleep late Monday morning. Invite a few friends over before catching the meeting of the Kings of Rex and Zulu on the Riverfront, and then the always-spectacular Orpheus Parade.

Take this kind of small gathering as the opportunity to be casual while still pulling out some of the stops. A festive cocktail and laissez-faire self-serve atmosphere help keep things moving smoothly and give you a chance to relax and enjoy the party. This menu brings out classic New Orleans flavors and presentations and casts them in a fun, modern light.

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Traditional Mignonettes


Short-Rib Stuffed Mini Beignets
Short Rib-Stuffed Mini Beignets

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King Cake Bread Pudding


Grits & Grillades

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French 75


Bourbon Milk Punch
Frozen Bourbon Milk Punch



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