Creole and Cocktails: A Celebration of How Women Saved Whiskey, Evangeline, Tuesday, 16. July 2019

Founder of Women & Whiskey and Executive Bourbon Steward, Brandalyn Tabor, is traveling all the way home from Louisville Kentucky to educate others on just how large of a role women have played in saving the whiskey industry throughout history.  She is thrilled to be hosting a celebration paired with New Orleans creole cuisine and custom whiskey cocktails created by the infamous bar tending legend,  Paul Gustings. This pre- prohibition costumed event is sure to please with a menu by Award Winning Top Louisiana Chef and Food Innovator Sean “Poochy” Rivera at the amazing Evangeline's Restaurant on Decatur in the heart of the Quarter. This is an interactive pairing with entertainment by Award Winning Jazz Saxophonist Wes “Wamdaddy” Anderson and the acclaimed Ross Hoppe ****. There will not be one dull moment much like the Roaring 20’s! Costumes encouraged. 

Tuesday, 16. July 2019, Evangeline, Creole and Cocktails: A Celebration of How Women Saved Whiskey

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