Cocktails in the Count’s Room
Count Arnaud Cazenave
Born in Bosdarros, France on June 27, 1876, Leon Bertrand Arnaud Cazenave intended on studying medicine in Paris. At 24, he visited New York and found himself distracted by life in America. Cazenave abandoned medicine and took a job selling champagne & spirits. A trip to New Orleans in 1902 left Arnaud intoxicated by the city’s many charms. He left New York behind to find his calling in the old Creole restaurants of the French Quarter. Arnaud’s reputation as a bon vivant, an unequaled raconteur, and a connoisseur of food, drink, clothing and entertainment earned him a nickname that stuck for the rest of his life: “Count Arnaud”
PARTY LIKE IT’S PROHIBITION
Thursday, May 10, 2018 • 7pm-10pm
Celebrate Count Arnaud with cocktails as they Party Like It’s Prohibition. Join Arnaud’s as they continue to celebrate their 100th anniversary with a cocktail reception, featuring a special menu and cocktail selections from the 1920s. Featuring prohibition-style cocktails, wine and champagne with music by The Smoking Time Jazz Club.
9 DIFFERENT SELECTIONS
with Amandine and Classic Meunière Sauce.
RED VELVET CAKE BITES