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Henry’s Louisiana Grill Hosts First Ever Four-Day Mardi Gras Celebration!

February 3, 2016

henry1Starting Friday, February 5, Henry’s Louisiana Grill will throw its biggest—and longest—party of the year in honor of Mardi Gras. The four full days of celebration will continue over February 5, 6, 8 and 9, culminating in a bigger-than-ever Fat Tuesday party. The dawn-till-midnight celebration begins at 8:00 a.m. when doors open to greet patrons with special menu options including piping hot biscuits, bacon, beignets, Bloody Marys and a full bar. Paul Milliken of Fox 5 will be joining in the fun, so guests who want to participate in the live broadcast should arrive by 7:45 a.m. All four days feature food and drink specials, a festively costumed staff and parade coverage streaming straight from New Orleans!

On Fat Tuesday, February 9, the restaurant will be serving lunch beginning at 11:00 a.m. with traditional Louisiana favorites like gumbo, etouffee, and Henry’s specialty, Louisiana Ooh La La, which will be offered all day long, as well as the catch of the day; Mardi Gras blackened wolf fish served over whipped potatoes with New Orleans Pontchartrain sauce. Drink specials are also available all day such as $5 Hurricanes and $2 shots along with free king cake while it lasts and plenty of Mardi Gras beads for all.henry2

During dinner the entire family can compete in costume contests for kids and adults with judging at 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. respectively with gift card prizes for the adult winners and a kid friendly prize for the young contestants. Roving Abita girls will be handing out promotional items, like t-shirts and shot glasses to guests while Chef Henry, always a part of the restaurant’s fun, will be giving out unique lagniappe (Cajun for “something extra”) to guests this year.

Starting at 9:00 p.m. that evening adults are invited upstairs for Henry’s 21+ Pardi Gras featuring local favorite “DJ Cajun Chris” who will be spinning Mardi Gras and Louisiana music for a lively crowd, many of them repeat attendees who’ve been waiting all year for this night. Upstairs guests can order drink and appetizer specials and win gift card prizes for best costumes—all with no cover charge.

Chef Henry Chandler, owner and founder of Henry’s Louisiana Grill in Acworth, is a Louisiana Native, whose mission is to share the food and culture of his home with the guests who visit his restaurant. Henry is a charismatic, energetic chef, passionate about bringing his specialty Southern and Cajun recipes to Georgia, for which visitors have been known to drive hundreds of miles to taste. Chef Henry is not just a world-class chef, trained in London, but an expert host, and a consummate pro at showing people a good time, especially on the restaurant’s biggest night of the year, Mardi Gras.

henry3“We are all about the spirit of Mardi Gras every day of the year,” said Chef Henry Chandler. “So for us, the Mardi Gras celebration is the culmination of our mission: to enjoy outstanding food and create unforgettable memories with the people you care about. Each year we try to outdo what we’ve done before, and Mardi Gras 2016 will be the biggest ever in metro Atlanta. Amazing dishes, live streaming video of NOLA parades, music, costumes, beads—what else do you need? We can’t wait, baby!”

Holly Quinlan, CEO of Cobb Travel & Tourism looks forward to the NOLA experience that the Henry’s celebration brings every year. “It’s a treat for Cobb residents to have such an authentic, chef-driven Louisiana restaurant right here in our community,” said Quinlan. “Henry’s is renowned for throwing the best Mardi Gras parties in Atlanta and Cobb, and now it’s the biggest too! I would recommend making dinner reservations early, because no one is going to want to miss the great food, good music and the one-and-only Henry’s experience!” For reservations, call: 770-966-1515.

About Henry’s Louisiana Grill                                                                                          

 Henry’s Louisiana Grill, which debuted in 2000, is an award-winning community-gathering place with local and national acclaim. The menu is designed by award-winning Chef Henry Chandler, sparked by the Southern-inspired food he loved and prepared with his Nanny Castell as a child. With an emphasis on world-class hospitality and dishes using the finest ingredients, Henry’s Southern comfort cooking has people driving cross-country just for a taste.

Henry’s Louisiana Grill is located at 4835 N Main St, Acworth, GA 30101. For more information, please visit or find us on Facebook.

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