4 ways to celebrate Mardi Gras in Milwaukee

posted by Ridder - 

"Mardi Gras" is French for "Fat Tuesday," and is often the last chance to eat rich food and indulge in alcohol before Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday.  So let's get into the Carnival spirit and hit the town sayin' "Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler" (Let the good times Roll!)

Mardi Gras at Potawatomi

Join Potawatomi for a Mardi Gras celebration featuring Creole dishes and Cajun-country classics, $6 Hurricanes, New Orleans-themed entertainment and plenty of beads.  (INFO)

Brass Alley Mardi Gras party

New Orleans-themed bar Brass Alley gives Milwaukee a taste of Southern style celebration this Fat Tuesday. Enjoy all-day drink specials, a glow party, stilt walkers, a fire eater, jugglers and more at Brass Alley's Mardi Gras Party.  (INFO)

Maxie's Mardi Gras

Let the good times roll at Maxie's Mardi Gras party and indulge in $4 Abita beers, $5 Hurricanes and a NOLA-inspired menu.  (INFO)

Crawdaddy's Fat Tuesday

Crawdaddy's brings Louisiana Creole and Cajun cooking to Milwaukee and will be celebrating Fat Tuesday with a day full of food and entertainment.  (INFO)


You can learn a little about the Marti Gras traditions in New Orleans here...


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