J. Gumbo’s NYC: Celebrate Mardi Gras With Tasty Creole & Cajun Food
J. Gumbo’s is not just a fast casual restaurant – perfect for Mardi Gras – that serves up delicious Creole and Cajun food in NYC’s Flatiron District. It’s also a hub of Louisiana culture, with 40 locations throughout the U.S. From the paintings hanging on the wall (courtesy of Kennesaw, Georgia artist Holly Jones) to the music playing from the speakers, J. Gumbo’s offers a rich, authentic experience. What better place to celebrate Mardi Gras when it arrives on Tuesday, February 17th? J. Gumbo’s will mark the occasion with a crawfish boil (begins February 13th) and a special Mardi Gras Gumbo. Don’t forget your Mardi Gras costumes! Looking for somewhere unique and affordable to take your date on Valentine’s Day? Drop by J. Gumbo’s and hear a live Cajun band play Saturday evening. But first, take a look at some of your dining options in the slideshow below. Our personal favorites include the gumbo, bourbon street chicken and drunken chicken. You can’t go wrong with the delicious, fresh-baked corn muffins as a side and a mouth-watering peach cobbler for dessert.
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