March 16, 2016
By: Sara Watson, GoNola
This weekend is one of global traditions, all coming together in New Orleans. St. Joseph’s Day altars set a tone of abundance (and cookies) at locations across the city; keep your eyes peeled for them as you dance at the Congo Square New World Rhythms Festival, sample fare from acclaimed chefs at Fete de Chefs, honor Bach’s birthday at an all-night event, satisfy your Parisian inclinations Uptown, or admire the most stunning costumes on Mardi Gras Indian Super Sunday.
Chef John Besh and his culinarily accomplished coterie host a night of food and fun at The Civic Theatre starting at 7 p.m. Southern favorite John Currence and local chef Justin Devillier are just two of a star-studded lineup that also includes music from the Soul Rebels. Tickets are $80.