FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Just in time for the festivities of the holidays, Tableau has installed their larger than life mistletoe. Located at the intersection of St. Peter and Chartres streets on historic Jackson Square, the restaurant's huge mistletoe beckons folks to spread the holiday cheer through a kiss (or two). The mistletoe sculpture was designed and built by local artist and painter, Robin Durand. Durand is a scenic artist for both museums and film and most recently was the lead scenic artist for the WWII Museum's "Campaigns of Courage."
The mistletoe in just one of the many ways Tableau is getting in the spirit of the season. Custom bells are given to all lunch guests, Santa will be visiting for brunch on December 18th and pictures will be available, and a special Reveillon dinner will be served through the 23rd.
Tableau is also running a contest for a chance to winner dinner for two - take a pic under the mistletoe and #tableaumistletoe for a chance to win a $100 gift card to Tableau. Contest ends on December 30th.
www.tableaufrenchquarter.com for more information