Teddy's Bar & Grill,
Williamsburg's 125-year-old tavern Teddy's Bar and Grill will once again host the beloved George Kilby Jr.'s Mardi Gras Review on Fat Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 8:00 PM.
A popular annual tradition that Time Out New York calls "the best Mardi Gras party in the East," Kilby's Review will feature performances by his own critically-acclaimed blues band and local legend DJ Strafe. Serving a spicy New Orleans-inspired menu, traditional cocktails like Caipirnhas and Sazeracs and playing Carnival videos all night, Teddy's hosts the most authentic Mardi Gras to be found in Williamsburg.
Singer-songwriter George Kilby Jr. has taken his music from the road-houses of the Southeast to the major music festivals of Europe. His sound has been called everything from New Orleans R&B to Alternative Country.
Teddy's Bar & Grill has served the Northside Williamsburg community since its opening in 1987. One of the few remaining Victorian era taverns in New York City, family-owned Teddy's is today a hub for community activists, writers and artists, while serving full lunch and dinner and their legendary brunch menus and hosting live concerts and events throughout the year. For more information, visit www.teddyswilliamsburg.com.
Who: Teddy's Bar and Grill
What: Celebrates Mardi Gras with George Kilby Jr.'s Mardi Gras Review
When: Fat Tuesday, February 12th at 8:00 PM
Where: Teddy's Bar & Grill (96 Berry Street @ North 8th Street, Brooklyn NY)
How much: No cover
Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made at 718.384.9787.