The best place to be for Fat Tuesday is Flagler Tavern's Bounty Bar - Flagler Tavern
  414 Flagler Avenue New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169
  (386) 402-8861

The best place to be for Fat Tuesday is Flagler Tavern’s Bounty Bar

Happy Mardi Gras ladies and gentleman. Are you ready to celebrate and indulge NOLA style? You know the Bounty Krewe is ready to bring on the good times, at the best spot to watch the NSB’s Mardi Gras Parade on Flagler Ave!

Fat Tuesday is that internationally beloved holiday inspired by giving into all your ungodly pleasures before the beginning of Lent. At Bounty we will making sure you enjoy every indulgence that your bead covered heart desires. From Chef Rob’s Creole Cuisine to famous NOLA cocktails mixed by your’s truly. Want to sip on a Hurricane, sazerac, vieux carre, pimms cup or a fizz? You only have to ask to receive my party loving friends. In traditional Bounty Bar fashion we created our own signature featured Bouche Mardi Gras inspired cocktail…

Introducing the KING CAKE OLD FASHIONED: Sazerac Rye + Housmade Cinnamon Brown Sugar Syrup + Housemade Coffee Cocoa Bitters…. and yes there is a baby in your drink.

What is a King Cake, the inspiration behind this sensational drink and why is there a baby in there? The King Cake is a decadent french dessert created in honor of the three wise kings whom visited baby Jesus after his birth. In the “Mardi Gras Food Glossary” on the Southern Food & Beverage Museum’s website, “King Cake” is defined, in part, this way: “A simple cinnamon flavored brioche dough is the usual base, which is then covered in purple, green, and gold sugar. It used to be hard to find anything else, but flavors and styles of king cake have exploded in recent years. Cream cheese, coconut, boudin, and pralines are common fillings now, with hundreds of other flavors available at different shops.”

A small baby, symbolizing the baby Jesus, is traditionally hidden inside each King Cake. Today, the baby symbolizes luck and prosperity to whomever finds it in his/her slice of cake. That person is also responsible for purchasing next year’s cake, or for throwing the next Mardi Gras party. In some traditions, just like at the Bounty, the finder of the baby is designated “king” or “queen” for the evening. Sip on one and I’m sure you’ll be feeling like royalty as you watch the parade.

So come out to celebrate Fat Tuesday. Order yourself some liquid loving from me & the crew. Dance to live NOLA music all day into the night. You can catch the talented band, three bags full from 1-4pm and The Brown Bag Brass Band from 5-9pm

Don’t forget we don’t hide our crazy in NSB, we parade it…. Parade starts at 7pm. Get to tavern ASAP to hold your spot and have some fun.

XOXO CocktailswithKatie