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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy Café Marks Lundi Gras

Posted By on Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 5:21 PM

click to enlarge MJ's Brass Boppers, tearing it up at Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy Café to mark Lundi Gras. - JESSE HIRSCH
  • Jesse Hirsch
  • MJ's Brass Boppers, tearing it up at Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy Café to mark Lundi Gras.

A little rain didn't stop moneymakers from being shaken at Monday night's Lundi Gras celebration at Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy Café. With as many band members as there were tables, the festively raucous MJ's Brass Boppers tore up the little café in honor of the less-known little brother of Mardi Gras. Of course, the celebration wouldn't have been complete without a feast, and on top of Queens' storied po-boys, there were specials on fried chicken and jambalaya and free king cake for all. Sadly, SFoodie was too stuffed to dance.

New York refugee Jesse Hirsch tweets at @Jesse_Hirsch. Follow SFoodie at @sfoodie, and like us on Facebook.

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