In Louisiana, it isn't a party without food, and Mardi Gras is no exception! The Family Gras Flambeau Food Court vendors "cook up" a good time with Louisiana fare: jambalaya, crawfish pasta, New Orleans style po-boys, fried catfish, and gator-on-a-stick to name a few. Enjoy traditional festival favorites like hamburgers, pizza and hot dogs along with fried pickles and funnel cake! Wash it all down with frozen daiquiris, adult beverages, cold beer, water and soft drinks.
The Flambeau Court Food Vendors are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday one hour prior to the opening entertainment act each day. Prices range from $4.00 per item to $14.00 per item. The food vendors prepare fresh fare daily for your enjoyment, and the beverage vendors offer quality products at affordable pricing - no outside food and beverages are allowed on festival grounds. 2020 food vendors coming soon!
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