New Orleans: A city that we find inspiration in. A city close to our hearts. Mardi Gras. A celebration of food, music and culture.
This year, if you can’t make the trip to New Orleans, swing by Burial’s Taproom for two days of Mardi Gras celebrations.
Sunday February 15
We are open 12-8PM! Asheville Hosts the Mardi Gras Parade- make Burial’s Taproom your stop before and after!
Food: Our weekly Jazz brunch will be in full swing starting at noon until around 3PM. From there the kitchen will switch to muffuletta sandwiches, a crawfish boil complete with sausage, corn and potatoes and homemade king cake. Chicken Andouille gumbo and red beans and rice will be served all day long.
12:30-3:30 PM —Mardi Gras Parade Pre-Party w/ Pauly Juhl and Friends (NOLA Funk). For three hours, a variety of musicians will “sit in” for songs – true to the collaborative nature inherent in the New Orleans music scene.
4-7PM— The George Mandelkorn Project (Soul Jazz Quartet)
Tuesday: February 17
We are open 4-10PM.
Food: Po-Boys by famed local meat curer, David Brewer who will be cooking up some delicious po-boys including fried shrimp with all the fixin’s. Plus gumbo!
Complimentary king cake from haydel’s bakery in Louisiana and beads, beads, beads.
5-9PM— Mardi Gras Dance Party w/ George Woods & Bronson (High Energy Funk Trio)
Beer: Special Release of Burial Beer Co. Houtenhamer Wood Aged Imperial Stout and Oak Aged Scythe Rye IPA.
Burial Beer Co. is located at 40 Collier Avenue.