Sundays at Blake’s on the Park are already legen… wait for it … dary! But this past one took on the revelry of Mardi Gras with a Carnevale edition of its usual weekend closeout.
As the guys mixed and mingled, DJs Bill Berdeux and Daryl Cox spun the tunes to keep the crowd moving into the wee hours of Monday. That was great for those who had President’s Day off – and probably fine if perhaps a little headachey on Monday for those who didn’t.
Blake’s closes out its Mardi Gras programming with the Celebrer La Vie Show and Costume Contest on Fat Tuesday.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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