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Dec 28, 201810:39 AM
Ça C'est Bon

The official blog of Acadiana Profile, offering up a heaping helping of fun from around the region.

Acadiana is Ringing in the New Year

 

Most years, I feel like time moved too fast to my liking. Everyone, it seems, had a long, arduous 2018. Everyone, it seems, is ready to ring in 2019 with something unabashedly fun to make up for lost time. 

Around town, you’ll find many NYE shows and parties in which you can dress up or dress down. You can light lanterns and send them off into the sky. You can experience some new music and try a staple restaurant’s new menu. You can also attend a town staple’s exclusive dinner, then try a homegrown plat-based option the day after New Year’s Day. It’s about balance!

All events, aside from one, occur on Dec. 31. 

Rum and Rumba New Year’s Eve with Boma Bango, Saint Street Inn: Kick off your evening early this year at SSI with Lafayette’s premier Congolese rumba band and a preview of the Saint Streets’ favorite restaurant’s new menu! All night, SSI will serve a preview of new farm-to-table small plates. Attendees can also look forward to a special cocktail menu and wine list to pair with the food and music. SSi opens at 6 p.m. Call (337)-534-8112 for reservations. 

New Year’s Eve Dinner, Blue Dog Café: This exclusive dinner at the iconic Blue Dog will have a special menu. Menu options include blue crab and Gruyere toast or French onion soup as a starter, red wine braised rabbit with caramelized bacon, roasted root vegetables and grits or grilled hanger steak, broccoli rabe, sunny-side up egg, oyster mayonnaise and chili oil for entrees, and praline bread pudding or satsuma ice box cake for dessert. Tickets cost $45 and are available by calling the restaurant at (337) 237-0005. 

Pine Leaf Boys and DG and the Freetown Sound, Artmosphere Bistro: Artmosphere hosts Cajun outfit Pine Leaf Boys and the alternative/folk/contemporary moniker for Dustin Gaspard starting at 9 p.m. this Monday! In what’s become a tradition for the venue on NYE, sky lanterns will be lit. 

Legend’s Downtown New Year’s Eve Party: This NYE, experience Lafayette’s biggest balloon drop on downtown’s favorite patio. This event includes prizes, champagne, drink specials and DJ Iamdenziebaby. The party starts at 7 p.m.

Jan. 2: A Vegetopian Dinner on the Vermlion, 4 Oak Glen Dr.: A select number of guests will be able to attend a green gathering celebrating the new year under oak trees with healthy food options. Tickets are $45 through Eventbrite.com and include a five-course plant-based meal, free wine, a mini photo shoot with Kristen Hebert of DJ Photography, and live music from local musician Nicole Needham. Dinner is served at 6:30 p.m.

 

 

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Ça C'est Bon

The official blog of Acadiana Profile, offering up a heaping helping of fun from around the region.

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Ashley Hinson is a writer with a concentration in music, arts and culture. She is most interested in understanding how artists think and create, and what inspires their work. Having written across several parishes in Acadiana, she is deeply familiar with its ins and outs, its highways and dancehalls.

Hinson graduated from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2015 with a Bachelor’s in English. Her work has been published by regional newspapers and magazines as well as The Associated Press. She is also in school for nursing at Louisiana State University at Eunice.

 

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