Restauranteur Elizabeth Blau and Chef Kim Canteenwalla celebrate Mardi Gras on Tuesday, Feb. 25. This annual celebration of rich and flavorful foods features traditional Louisiana, creole dishes including shrimp and chicken gumbo, cajun-blackened redfish, and jambalaya. Tickets to this evening are required and are available for $59 per person with an optional wine pairing for an additional $25. Tickets are available online at www.honeysalt.com

MARDI GRAS MENU:

Welcome Cocktail
HS Hurricane

For the Table
Jalapeno Corn Bread
honey butter

To Start
Fried Green Tomatoes
pimento cheese, nueskes bacon
Old Bay Crawfish Boil
crawfish, corn on the cobb, fingerling potatoes
Crab Hushpuppies
dungeness crab, chili, jalapeno remoulade

Mid-Course
Shrimp & Chicken Gumbo
smoky andouille sausage, okra, tomato, dark roux

Main Course
Cajun Blackened Redfish
garlic lemon butter
Jambalaya
chicken, shrimp, tasso ham, vegetable trinity, brown rice

Sides
Mac & Cheese
Collard Greens

To Finish
Emeril-style Banana Cream Pie
Beignets
french quarter style, powdered sugar

For Honey Salt fans, Honey Salt Food & Drink– A Culinary Scrapbook is available for purchase at Honey Salt (1031 S. Rampart Blvd.) or online at Amazon.

Featuring a changing menu of seasonally-inspired comfort food, Farm Table dinners are served family-style and showcase unique beverage pairings, as well as occasional special guests. Tickets to the Farm Table series must be purchased in advance by going online to www.HoneySalt.com. Gift certificates to the ‘Farm Table’ dinners are also available.

Honey Salt recently renovated the private dining room giving it an intimate feel while still capturing the traditional Honey Salt experience. Perfect for parties, holiday gatherings, and all social events, the private dining room is available by calling 702-685-4015.

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