Mardi Gras Food Never Tasted Better!
When you think of the perfect Mardi Gras, you might picture yourself wearing lots of beaded necklaces and dancing in the streets of New Orleans as you watch parades go by and eat spicy Cajun meals like gumbo and jambalya with seasoned meats, rice and beans. Traditionally, Mardi Gras, which is French for "Fat Tuesday", is a time of savoring the last bit of fatty foods in Christian culture before the 40-day fasting period of Lent. Today, this is a season of pure joy and jubilation that offers a great reason for all people to come together for a hot flavorful meal and colorful conversations. Still craving that Mardi Gras food? You're in luck because we know our way around dishes with seasoned meats, rice and bean at Agave's. Why not bring your friends and family to find the heat and flavor you desire at Agave's? Check out some of our Mardi Gras reminiscent selections below.