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How to celebrate Mardi Gras in Las Colinas

Mardi Gras

The French Quarter may be closed down for Mardi Gras, but you can find all your favorite Mardi Gras eats and drinks right here in Las Colinas. Hurricanes, jambalaya and more are available at these Las Colinas restaurants. Laissez les bon temps rouler!

La Cima Club

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Learn how to concoct all your favorite French Quarter libations with La Cima Club’s live Mardi Gras Mixology Popup via Zoom. You’ll learn how to make the classic Sazerac and French 75 cocktails. Sazerac features High West whiskey, Absinthe, Peychaud’s bitters, a sugar cube and lemon. The French 75 features the Botanist Gin, Tattinger brut champagne and lemon. Register here.

Walk On’s

Mardi Gras

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Every Tuesday is Fat Tuesday at Walk On’s. They have $5 beignets, boudin balls, 16 oz Death Valleys and 16 oz Bloody Mary’s. Walk On’s Death Valley drink is a potent concoction of vodka, rum, raspberry liqueur, triple sec, pineapple juice and orange juice.

The Green Gator

Mardi Gras

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To celebrate Mardi Gras and The Green Gator’s 2-year anniversary they will offer drink and appetizer specials. Their signature drunken gator and  hurricane cocktails will be $5 and they will have $3 Abita beers. The Green Gator will also serve fresh crawfish available per pound.

Cajun Crab Pub & Grill

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It’s crawfish season and Cajun Crab Pub & Grill has all your favorite New Orleans eats. From jambalaya to etouffee they offer many great Cajun dishes to help celebrate Fat Tuesday.

The Ginger Man

Mardi Gras

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To celebrate Fat Tuesday The Ginger Man will serve Abita Purple Haze and jambalaya on Tuesday, February 16th.