6pm to 11 pm
Dress in your best masquerade attire for our 7th annual Mardi Gras themed fundraising party. Join us on Friday, February 21 from 6-11pm. Enjoy all you can eat creole food by Creole 2 Geaux, drink local beer & wine, including an exclusive brew from Grove City Brewing made especially for this year’s Glassquerade. Even drink your custom brew out of a hand-blown tumbler created by our Glass Axis artisans.
Watch glassblowing demonstrations throughout the evening from talented local glass artists. Purchase amazing glass art right as it’s being made with hot-off-the-pipe auctions!
Want to try glassblowing yourself? Blow glass while you party! Make a special edition ornament with gold glass.
Feel like you’re in New Orleans while listening to live music provided by Columbus Jazz Arts Groupas you decorate your own masquerade mask. Then, try your luck at finding the lucky King’s Cake piece to win a glassblowing class for 2 or bid on the silent auction basket of your choice.
Interested in reserving a table of 8 or more for the event? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Call 614-291-4250.
Grove City Brewing
Land Grant Brewing
Plum Run Winery
Brother's Drake Meadery
Creole 2 Geaux
~ Menu ~
Deviled eggs- your choice of a classic deviled egg or a Cajun deviled egg topped with shrimp (can be made vegetarian)
Voodoo dip- our creamy, spicy cheese dip served with pretzel sticks
Seafood Nacho’s- classic tortilla chips topped with warm cheese, shrimp and crab mix
Mini cheese ball bites- miniature bite size cheese balls with cream cheese, scallions and garlic (vegetarian)
Mini entree options:
Shrimp N Grits- our creamy cheese grits topped with sautéed shrimp that are marinated in our signature spices and topped with our creole garlic butter (without the shrimp, this will be vegetarian)
Bourbon Chicken- chicken marinated in brown sugar, creole seasonings and plum run winery’s wine 3946 all served on top of white rice and sprinkled with scallions.
Vegetarian creole bowl- one of our signature dishes for the food truck. Sautéed bell pepper and onion topped over white rice. Top this off with our creole gravy, made from a classic roux. This dish can have chicken added as well (vegan and vegetarian)
Red beans and rice - Camilla red beans, slow cooked down to make a gravy, served on top of rice (vegetarian)
Our famous bread pudding- New Orleans traditional bread pudding topped with raisin and pecans (vegetarian)
Peach cobbler- peaches marinated in cinnamon and sugar and topped with a sweet bread crust (vegetarian)