Bimini Boatyard Celebrates 22nd Birthday With Mardi Gras!

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On Friday, September 23rd Bimini Boatyard turns 22 and, like most 22 year-olds, it wants to celebrate at Mardi Gras!

From 5 - 7 p.m., Bimini Boatyard goes cajun with $5 Hurricanes, $ Captain Morgan & Smirnoff drinks. During this special happy hour, enjoy free King Cake, free beer and plenty of fresh Jambalaya, courtesy of chef Michael Bennett.

We have no idea what Who Dat crab races are, but they sound like

fun.  Beads, giveaways, and live music by The Nouveaux Honkies round

out the festivities, which are sure to go on far longer than the happy

hour. Well into the night is what we're guessing.

Bimini Boatyard will also give away a trip to (what else) Bimini Big Game Club in the Bahamas to one lucky party goer.

Laissez les bons temps rouler!

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