Looking to switch up your Mardi Gras plans? If you're tired of doing the same thing each year or just can't host anymore, these three places are holding parties for parades throughout the week. Whether you're Uptown or Downtown, there's a spot for you and your krewe to comfortably eat, drink, and revel in peace.
Set up for the Magazine Street parades at Bordeaux, a creole French restaurant located in the heart of Uptown. Starting on Wednesday, February 19, the lively patio will be open to revelers. Adult tickets are $50 and include an adult beverage, appetizer, and select $20 wine bottles, plus all day admission to the private restrooms. Admission for children is free. Tickets and more information can be found here.
Bordeaux is located at 4734 Magazine Street.
This Magazine Street restaurant is hosting a block party for the Krewe of Thoth Parade on Sunday, Feburary 23. Doors open at 9 a.m. with bloody marys, mimosas, their tasty King Cake daiquiris, beer buckets, and more. Expect outdoor seating, grab and go chicken, and anything you need for your Mardi Gras party. The restaurant will also deliver food to anyone on the parade route for free.
Picnic Provisions & Whiskey is located at 741 State Street.
Head to this throwback bar for the Endymion and Zulu parades this year. Vintage Rock Club is hosting two parade parties, offering perfect views of the many floats as they roll down Poydras. On Saturday, February 22, the club will be open from 12 p.m to 2 p.m. with a $20 cover which includes on drink. On Tuesday, February 25, the club opens at 9:30 a.m. with a $20 cover which also includes one drink. VIP sections are available for rent during both parades. Call (504) 308-1305 for more information and to reserve your spot.
Vintage Rock Club is located at 1007 Poydras Street.