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Eight spots celebrating Mardi Gras

1. Big Jones

8.5
5347 N Clark St (btwn W Summerdale Ave & W Balmoral Ave), Chicago, IL
Restaurante de comida para el alma/sureña · Andersonville · 137 tips y reseñas

Time Out ChicagoTime Out Chicago: The chefs pay homage to Fat Tuesday Run, in which partyers run from house to house adding to a communal gumbo pot. This pot will include chicken, ham, alligator, crawfish and who knows what else. Leer más.

Cactus Bar & Grill is one of Eight spots celebrating Mardi Gras.

2. Cactus Bar & Grill

5.3
404 S Wells St (at Van Buren St), Chicago, IL
Bar · The Loop · 28 tips y reseñas

Time Out ChicagoTime Out Chicago: How many crawfish can one person eat? Find out at the annual crawfish-eating contest at Cactus, in which truly insane people will compete to see who can eat three pounds of crustaceans the fastest. Leer más.

Carnivale is one of Eight spots celebrating Mardi Gras.

3. Carnivale

8.3
702 W Fulton Market (at Union Ave), Chicago, IL
Restaurante latinoamericano · Fulton River District · 142 tips y reseñas

Time Out ChicagoTime Out Chicago: Nothing like stilt walkers to remind you how batshit crazy Bourbon Street is. Live music, samba dancing and a Mardi Gras–inspired menu complete the celebration Leer más.

Jake Melnick's Corner Tap is one of Eight spots celebrating Mardi Gras.

4. Jake Melnick's Corner Tap

8.5
41 E Superior St (at N Wabash Ave), Chicago, IL
Bar · Near North Side · 209 tips y reseñas

Time Out ChicagoTime Out Chicago: Go between Thu 16 and Tue 21 and eat beer-battered fish po’ boys and spicy jambalaya and throw back a few hurricanes ($5). Leer más.

Moonshine is one of Eight spots celebrating Mardi Gras.

5. Moonshine

1824 W Division St (at Marion Ct.), Chicago, IL
Bar · Wicker Park · 66 tips y reseñas

Time Out ChicagoTime Out Chicago: The peel-and-eat crustaceans will be sold by the basket ($7/half-pound or $12/pound), and try it with the restaurant’s notorious selection of hot sauces. Leer más.

SUSHISAMBA Chicago is one of Eight spots celebrating Mardi Gras.

6. SUSHISAMBA Chicago

504 N Wells St (at W Illinois St), Chicago, IL
Restaurante de sushi · River North · 108 tips y reseñas

Time Out ChicagoTime Out Chicago: Have a Carnivale Cocktail (Leblon cachaça, Domaine de Canton, fresh kiwi and Champagne; $12) or a Carnaval Roll (tuna, salmon, shrimp, yellow chimichurri sauce and Brazil nuts; $15). Leer más.

Texas de Brazil is one of Eight spots celebrating Mardi Gras.

7. Texas de Brazil

51 E Ohio St (btwn Rush & Wabash), Chicago, IL
Restaurante brasileño · Near North Side · 33 tips y reseñas

Time Out ChicagoTime Out Chicago: You can watch the friendly competition, too, by buying a ticket ($30), which includes a caipirinha sample from each bartender and hors d’oeuvres in a “Carnival” (read: drunken and colorful) atmosphere Leer más.

Toni Patisserie & Café is one of Eight spots celebrating Mardi Gras.

8. Toni Patisserie & Café

8.2
65 E Washington St (at Garland Ct), Chicago, IL
Panadería · The Loop · 99 tips y reseñas

Time Out ChicagoTime Out Chicago: If you find the baby trinket in your slice of King Cake from this bakery, you get good fortune for the next year. If you don’t, you get…a piece of cake without a tiny plastic baby in it. Leer más.