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One or Two Tickets to a Mardi Gras Parade Party at Mia's Balcony (Up to 56% Off)

Lower Garden District

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In a Nutshell

All-you-can-eat buffet, re-entry wristband, and a central view of the Mardi Gras parade

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 13th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $80 for one ticket to the Mardi Gras parade party ($160 value)
  • $140 for two tickets to the Mardi Gras parade party (a $320 value)

Each guest receives a wristband, valid for re-entry, and access to an all-you-can-eat buffet. An open-air patio offers central views of the passing parade. For a list of 2013 Uptown and Mid-City Mardi Gras parade dates and times in January and February, see here

Mia's Balcony

Overlooking St. Charles Avenue, Mia's Balcony offers Mardi Gras revelers a central view of grand, glittering floats and shimmering beads. But the restaurant isn’t content to host a party once a year; on the other 364 days, visitors cheer on the college, professional, and sock-puppet football games broadcast over the patio's outdoor televisions, and a banquet room is available for private soirees. While watching a Saints or LSU game or just chatting, guests can share small plates of seared scallops on the half-shell or fish croquettes or dig into substantial entrees such as pepper-jelly lamb chops. On weekend mornings, the chefs prepare brunch dishes including creole omelets and veal grillades over grits.

Local artwork, exposed-brick walls, and fireplaces set an inviting scene indoors. Bartenders fill glasses with craft beers, wine, and potent cocktails such as the French 75, a champagne- and gin-based drink based on a vintage recipe.


great food and service. the owners really care about their customers and making sure each is happy.

Reviewer, 6/16/12

My first time to NO, the first bite of the Gator was heaven, now I am hooked forever. Everything was great, the food was perfect

TonySeattleWA, 12/22/12
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    Lower Garden District

    1622 St. Charles Ave.

    New Orleans, Louisiana 70130

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