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Mud bugs, tattoos on tap for Creole fest at Chicken Scratch

Salute To King Creole PosterAll you can eat gumbo, oysters and crawfish for $15 should be enough to sell you on Chicken Scratch’s “Salute to King Creole Crawfish Festival” Sunday, April 13.

But there’s more: drinks from Stoli vodka and Peticolas brewing, music from the Zydeco Stingrays and Creole themed tattoos from Josh Arseneau of Elm Street Tattoo.

The party, from 4:30-8:30 p.m., is hosted by chef Tim Byres and Jim Gossen, president and CEO of Texas-based seafood supplier Louisiana Foods.

Tickets cost $15 online or $20 at the door. Chicken Scratch and the Foundry will be open that day with their regular menus as well.

By |2014-04-01T18:33:30-05:00April 2nd, 2014|Dining, Events|Comments Off on Mud bugs, tattoos on tap for Creole fest at Chicken Scratch

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