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Mardi Gras 2019! Fat Friday and Fat Tuesday

Break out the Masks and Beads it’s time to celebrate NOLA style! Bayou Bluegrass Catering will be holding our annual Mardi Gras celebrations again at Copper Roux! Fat Friday, March 1th and Fat Tuesday, March 5th. As always we will take you straight to the Big Easy with our authentic Cajun Style Cuisine. Click the links below to view our …

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Thanksgiving 2018

If you do still need a little “Thanksgiving Help” we will be offering pick up orders on Thanksgiving Day from 9am until noon. Click below to view our holiday order form. All orders must be received at least 5 days prior to Thanksgiving Day.

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Hosting A Conference? Avoid These Planning Mistakes

Planning a corporate conference event is an exciting opportunity for your organization. By hosting other professionals from your industry, you can give yourself a competitive edge and more publicity. While the outcome is certainly rewarding, the planning process can be overwhelming. And when you are stressed, it’s easy to let small details fall through the cracks. To avoid a crisis …

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Steps For Choosing A Location For Your Corporate Event

Whether you are celebrating a lucrative year or hosting a conference, finding the right corporate event space is key. This space sets the foundation for a successful company event, allowing your guests to feel welcome and productive. Companies spend a collective $122 billion on meetings in the U.S., so you want to ensure that your event budget is spent well.

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Hosting a Corporate Event? Avoid These 3 Mistakes

Hosting a nice fundraising event or employee appreciation banquet can be a lot of fun. Everyone gets to dress fancy, eat good food, and relax for a night of fun. Although these can be exciting and memorable nights, they can also become overly difficult if anything goes wrong. If you’re planning a corporate event in the upcoming weeks and months, …