Pearl's Celebrates Fat Tuesday with Mardi Gras Bar

Pearl's Celebrates Fat Tuesday with Mardi Gras Bar

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Pearl's Crabshack is celebrating Fat Tuesday with a special Mardi Gras Bar. Fox 25 spoke with Steve Griffin, Vice President for Pearl's Restaurant Group and Lead Mixologist Scott Snow.

Information below from Pearl's:

Come feed your need for beads at Crabtown's new Mardi Gras Bar in Bricktown on Tuesday, March 4th from 5:00 p.m. to close. The public is invited to feast on Cajun specialties, $5 Hurricanes with commemorative cups and live entertainment inside the New Orleans inspired bar. The party will include costumed staff, thousands of beads, masks and everything purple, green and gold.

 

The first 50 people to enter the bar will receive tickets for specially made king cake cupcakes from Pinkitzel Cupcakes and Candy. The cupcakes will be handed out at 6:00 p.m. The customer who finds a baby inside their cupcake will be crowned king or queen and receive royal treatment for the evening.

 

The Mardi Gras Bar was built with reclaimed wood from New Orleans' French Quarter, the oldest neighborhood in the city, as a tribute to NOLA's rich history, diversity and culture. Tracing back to 1699, Mardi Gras, or "FatTuesday," is the last day of the Carnival season. It refers to grand feasts held before the fasting and prayer season of Lent, in the 40 days leading to Easter Sunday.

About Pearl's Crabtown

Located in Oklahoma City's historic Bricktown, Pearl's Crabtown offers a variety of seafood and Cajun inspired dishes, including the famous crab boils poured onto butcher paper-covered tables for guests to dig in and enjoy. Pearl's Crabtown became one of the original tenants in the revitalized Bricktown in 1996, and remains one of the area's most popular destinations for tourists and locals alike. The atmosphere at Crabtown is one of celebration with 20-thousand square feet of down home NOLA accents. The restaurant's new Mardi Gras Bar rings true to its' name year round. Its' specialty cocktail, the Hurricane, is known for packing a category-5 punch! Crabtown also offers three private party and banquet facilities ranging from quaint and casual to more formal affairs. For more information visit Crabtown at 303 E Sheridan Ave. or online at pearlsokc.comfacebook.com/Crabtown or call 405-232-7227.

About Pearl's Restaurant Group:

 

Paul Seikel founded Pearl's Restaurant Group three decades ago out of a passion for high quality seafood and a desire to create a unique and fun dining experience. Pearl's Restaurant Group operates the "Award Winning" restaurants: Pearl's Oyster Bar, Trapper's Fishcamp and Grill, Pearl's Crabtown and Pearl's Seafood Shak. Committed to sustainability, each of these restaurants work closely with suppliers to source only eco-friendly and well-managed seafood. Linda Seikel's enthusiasm for design is seen in the great attention given to elaborate, yet tastefuldécor. The company's growth is driven by consistently excellent food and service. Learn more about Pearl's Restaurant Group at pearlsokc.com or call 405-842-2102.

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