New Spaces Revealed aboard Carnival Mardi Gras Cruise !
As we gear up for the arrival of our most anticipated ship yet—Mardi Gras, I’m excited to share with you some newly revealed spaces that will be located in the French Quarter - Brass Magnolia, and Fortune Teller. Not only can you experience wow-worthy cocktails at these venues, but you can do so while enjoying live jazz and blues. And since just telling you about all the great new spaces is not as exciting as showing you, we launched an eight-part video series to take you behind the scenes and give you a sneak preview of all the fun that’s to come.
The latest episode takes you to the French Quarter to showcase all the delicious food, lively entertainment, and unique cocktail experiences this zone has to offer featuring Brass Magnolia, Fortune Teller, and of course Emeril’s Bistro 1396. Click here to watch, and read below for quick insights on what you can expect.
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Brass Magnolia, a bar inspired by the city’s Garden District and jazz culture. Adorned with ornate décor reminiscent of the grand mansions of the South, brass instruments, and a vibrant gold bar with lush greenery wall accents, perfect for you to enjoy live jazz and blues along with classic cocktails.
Fortune Teller, boasting lavish Victorian design elements with a contemporary twist, conveying the uniqueness of New Orleans with hand-crafted cocktails that change color, bubble and shimmer. The curated collection of interactive cocktails blended with mesmerizing effects includes the Abracadabra, the Golden Galaxy made with real gold and the all-black New Moon.
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Emeril’s Bistro 1396, world-renowned chef and restaurateur Emeril Lagasse’s first seagoing restaurant. Named after Mardi Gras’ hull number at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland, the restaurant will showcase Lagasse’s signature dishes including cochon de lait po-boys and his famous barbecue shrimp, as well as Creole favorites such as gumbo and jambalaya.
I hope you are as excited as I am to experience Mardi Gras debuting November 14, book today!
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