Where to Celebrate Mardi Gras 2017 in Baltimore

by Jennifer Waldera on Feb 28, 2017 in Roundups
Where to Celebrate Mardi Gras 2017 in Baltimore

It’s time to laissez les bons temps rouler, and there’s no shortage of opportunities around Charm City to nosh on King Cake and down drink specials. These are our top Fat Tuesday picks.

BrewHouse No. 16
On Tuesday, Brewhouse No. 16 will be featuring a variety of small plates including shrimp & grits, gumbo and crawfish cakes to pair with their craft beer. Wearers of Mardi Gras costumes or masks get the first beer on the house. (831 N Calvert St.; 410-659-4084)

RegionAle
This new Ellicott City spot is featuring a Muffuletta and a Louisiana Po’ Boy that can be paired with a $5 Abita. (5705 Richards Valley Rd, Ellicott City; 410-465-0505)

Gunther & Co.
For Mardi Gras, this Brewer’s Hills spot will be featuring Abita Turbodog on draft for $5. (3650 Toone St.; 43-869-6874)

The Boathouse Canton
BoatHouse will be featuring a special Mardi Gras themed menu and drink specials. (2809 Boston St.; 410-773-9795)

The Local Oyster
This popular Mt. Vernon spot will be hosting its second annual crawfish boil and “hootenanny” at Mount Vernon Marketplace with the backdrop of tunes by #RufusRoundtree and Da B'more Brass Factory. (520 Park Ave.; 844-748-2537)

Pane e Vino Of Little Italy
Pop into this popular Italian bar for Mardi Gras inspired drinks and bites as well as beads and masks. (408 S High St.; 410-685-3300)

De Kleine Duivel
Starting at 5 PM, celebrate Fat Tuesday with Dixieland Jazz Band Sac Au Lait along with drink specials, King Cakes, live music, and live video feed from Bourbon St. (3602 Hickory Ave)

Colette
Hurricanes, Vieux Carres, and Sazeracs will be served up alongside food specials and an hourly King Cake cutting between 6 PM and 10 PM. The recipient of the slice with the baby wins a $100 gift card to Colette! (1709 N. Charles St.; 443-835-2945)

Grano Emporio
Celebrate with complimentary food at the bar and prizes for the best costumes including a $100 dinner gift certificate for first place and a $60 dinner gift certificate. (3547 Chestnut Ave.; 443-438-7521)

Tersiguel's French Country Restaurant
This Old Town Ellicott City spot in moving its Friday Family Night to Tuesday, February 28 for a Mardi Gras feast. The price is $45 per person including tax and gratuity for food ($25 for children under 12) and includes three courses served family style. A hurricane cocktail is included with all other beverages at an additional cost. Reservations are required. (8293 Main St., Ellicott City; 410-465-4004)

Photo via Danya Henninger 

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