ReBar on Main Street will celebrate Mardi Gras from March 1 to 5. The fun will begin with a voodoo and Mardi Gras-themed First Friday on March 1; customer appreciation day on March 2 with free beer and free food and the opening of Davy’s next door; Voodoo Pub Trivia on March 4; and mini Mardi Gras parade and costume contest on March 5.
Applebee’s is celebrating Mardi Gras throughout the month of February and first week of March with their new Dollar Hurricane. The drink is served in a 10-ounce mug and is crafted with a delicious fusion of rum, passion fruit, orange, black cherry and lime. To get the party started, it comes with a masked stirrer or decorative beads. Offer ends March 5.
The Barrymore is offering a special drink for Mardi Gras. The Smoked Sazerac is made with ye whiskey, Absinthe, Peychaud Bitters, simple syrup, and a lemon twist which is then smoked and served tableside to celebrate Mardi Gras. The cocktail is available for $15.
CliQue Bar & Lounge is celebrating Mardi Gras with a special cocktail named Jazz Hands. The cocktail, curated by master intoxicologist Eric Hobbie, is made with Bacardi Limon, roasted pineapple juice, lime juice and ginger beer.
Flour & Barley are offering a Jambalaya Pizza made with Cajun shrimp, andouille sasage, diced onion and celery and Creole cream sauce. $19.
Lola’s A Louisiana Kitchen on West Charleston Boulevard is celebrating Mardi Gras with food and drink specials all day long on March 5.
The Mardi Gras Beer Festival is happening March 2 at Tivoli Village. Sample more than 30 craft beers and enjoy live music and New Orleans food. Wear a masquerade mask and earn beads during the festivities.
Celebrate the spirit of Mardi Gras at The Park featuring a themed parade, DJ, face painters, caricature artists and more. Guests can participate in the Mardi Crawl by collecting stamps at the restaurants at The Park including Beerhaus, California Pizza Kitchen, Sake Rok and Bruxie for 10% off their next order. Those looking for fun indoors can purchase New York-New York’s Bar Experience package to visit participating venues at the property to continue the celebration.
Rhythm Kitchen is bringing back its annual all-you-can-eat crab and crawfish boil for $42 per person on March 5. Mardi Gras drink specials, including Hurricanes and Abita.
TPC Summerlin is hosting a Mardi Gras party on March 5. There will be a Hurricane Happy Hour, live music, Cajun cuisine, live and silent auctions and more. $40 includes admission, drawing and food. Costumes encouraged.
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