WHAT: South Street Diner is hosting an all-day Mardi Gras celebration in honor of Fat Tuesday – the last day of the Carnival season. Owner Sol Sidell is recreating that Bourbon Street feel right inside the walls of South Street Diner.
From 11 a.m. – 11 p.m., patrons can feast on an all-you-can-eat jambalaya for $5 and will also have a full New Orleans style Mardi Gras menu including beignets, gumbo and shrimp po’boys. The staff will be fully decked out in Mardi Gras garb with beads to hand out to customers as well.
What’s a beignet? http://www.cafedumonde.com/beignets
WHEN: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
WHERE: South Street Diner 178 Kneeland Street Boston, MA 02113
For more information, please visit www.southstreetdiner.com or call 617-350-0028.
ABOUT SOUTH STREET DINER:
South Street Diner (formerly the Blue Diner) was built in 1947 by the Worcester Dining Company to serve local factory workers. Over the years, the Diner has become a local landmark, a constant in Boston's after-hours scene and a final evening destination for local residents, students and visitors. When the clubs close, the Diner is the place to grab something to eat, hang out with friends, celebrity watch, and keep the party going. No visit to Boston is complete without a stop to the South Street Diner. Over the years, the Diner has been called "The PLACE for college students to start their Spring Break Tour" by Rolling Stone Magazine. The Diner has also been featured in numerous feature films, including: Hiding Out with John Cryer; Second Sight with John Laroquette; House Guest with Steve Martin; “21” and The Blue Diner for PBS.