Fat Tuesday is the start of Mardi Gras and there are a bunch of places around town that will have special Mardi Gras parties and live music along with specialty drinks and authentic New Orleans cuisine that will make you feel like you're in New Orleans. Check out our list of places that will have special Mardi Gras events.
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille
346 W. 46th Street
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New York , NY
Looking to kick things off for Fat Tuesday? This Bourbon Street themed bar may be the place for you.
(Le) Poisson Rouge
158 Bleeker StreetNew York , NY
Great live music will keep you in the groove. The Lost Bayou Ramblers, Mamarazzi, Hungry March Band are some of the names who will be playing for Mardi Gras. Visit their site to find out what's going on for Mardi Gras.
The Delta Grill
700 9th AveNew York , NY
This place will be hosting a Fat Tuesday party that will probably send you to work the next day with a serious hangover. For a $30 cover charge, you'll get an unlimited supply of Cajun food and other goodies.
64 Third AveNew York , NY
Celebrate Fat Tuesdays at Village Pourhouse with a ton of drink specials to choose from and authentic New Orleans cuisine.
French Roast Uptown
Sons of Essex
2340 BroadwayNew York , NY
(212) 799 1533
Craving a Po' Boy sandwich? We suggest you head up to French Roast Uptown. There will be a bunch of drink specials specialty food to choose from. Oh, and there will be beads. Lot's of beads.
Sons of Essex
133 Essex Street, New York, NY 10002
If the Lower East Side is your thing then you should check out"Lulu's Dove House" - a 1920's - themed Mardi Gras Celebration going on at Son's of Essex for Fat Tuesday.
Grand Central Oyster Bar Brooklyn
254 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215
To honor Fat Tuesday, Grand Central Oyster Bar in Brooklyn will feature a special Mardi Gras menu including speciatly drinks such has mint juleps, Sazeracs, and Hurricanes.
407 Amsterdam Ave b/t 79th St & 80th St in Upper West Side