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More Party Ideas for Those Who Can't Make It to the French Quarter

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Yesterday we posted a list of Fat Tuesday happenings around town, and now we've got a few more events worth mentioning. If you haven't decided where you're going to indulge in a Cajun feast or down hurricanes and shots, here are a few more suggestions for where to acquire tomorrow's hangover.

The Quarter Bar, 3301 McKinney Ave.-- $3 Abita bottles and hurricanes, free New Orleans style buffet starts at 4 p.m. Margaux's, 150 Turtle Creek Blvd.-- Buffet featuring red beans and rice, grilled trout, fried catfish, two kinds of eutoffee, gumbo, cheese grits and more for $23 a person The Grapevine Bar, 3902 Maple Ave.-- "Beads and Boobs" party with $2 wells and $3 premium and frozen cocktails from 3 p.m. to 2 a.m. Victor Tango's, 3001 N. Henderson Ave.-- Half price chicken and waffles (normally $15) and $5 hurricanes during happy hour, 5 to 7 p.m.

Humperdink's, multiple locations-- $6.99 N'awlins sliders, $2 pints, 23 oz. beers for $3, 32 oz. beer goblets for $4, $5 hurricanes and $2.99 select shots Rock 'n' Taco, 2916 McKinney Ave.-- $2 tacos and $5 margaritas

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