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Drink & Learn: Carnival Traditions

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Few visitors realize that Carnival is not merely a day or a weekend, but a season, stretching from January 6th (Twelfth Night) until Fat Tuesday, the day before Lent begins. New Orleanians celebrate throughout the season, hosting friends to watch parades, making costumes, and attending balls. All of these festivities are usually accompanied by drinks, some complicated, some simple, but all tied to the spirit of Carnival. Join us to learn how New Orleanians have been drinking during Carnival for the past 300 years.

Hosted by Elizabeth Pearce and Sazerac House Bar Expert.

All guests must be 21 to participate. Approximately 90 minutes. All events will include socially-distanced seating and use of personal protection equipment such as face coverings is required throughout the event.

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Sazerac House

Standing proudly in a historic building at the corner of Canal and Magazine, steps away from the original 1850s Sazerac Coffeehouse, The Sazerac House is an immersive exploration of the spirited culture of New...