You know the date. You know the fireworks. Come do New Years properly on Lower Decatur at Mollyâ€™s. Just steps from the levee, Mollyâ€™s is the perfect meeting place to watch the show.
The 2010 St. Patrick’s Day Parade is ON! For more information, check out our St. Patty’s Day page.
Krewe du Vieux is the best Mardi Gras parade of the season, and the only parade that rolls on Lower Decatur Street.Â They may have suffered a setback for this upcoming season due to a two alarm fire at their den in the bywater.Â Information is scant at the moment, but we hope losses were minimal and they can return in their full glory come Carnival season.
It’s that time of year again..
The festivities for this year start at 10am, with the actual parade leaving Molly’s at 5:30pm. The “standard fare” of entertainment will accompany the parade, consisting of (but not limited to) a firetruck, bands, jugglers, stiltwalkers, monkeys (I wish), etc. This is the Traditional Jim Monaghan Parade.
Check it out at Molly’s site.
The Times-Piccayune published this to say about the St. Patrick’s Day parade.
St. Patrick’s Day parades begin rolling Friday when Monaghan’s 25th annual Irish Parade paints the French Quarter green at 5:30 p.m., beginning and ending at Molly’s at the Market, 1107 Decatur Street. Beads and Irish-themed trinkets will be tossed to the crowds by riders in horse-driven carriages, led by the Storyville Stompers marching band and the Kazoozie Floozies.
Be sure to wear green and come get your Blarney on!
Map nicked from the bar’s official website: Molly’s at the Market
Ok, everybody loves a parade, right? And everybody loves Lower Decatur, right? So, a parade on Lower Decatur is a natural, right? Well, hold on to your costumes kids, we’ve got two this year.
The first is the “666th annual Halloween Parade” leaving Flanagan’s Pub, 625 St. Phillip Street, at 10pm on Saturday, October 28th, ending at the Whirling Dervish, 1135 Decatur Street. There the party will rage into the wee hours.
The second parade is the traditional “Jim Monaghan’s Halloween Parade” on ,oddly enough, Halloween. That’s Tuesday, October 31st at 5:30pm leaving from Molly’s , 1107 Decatur Street, and wandering around the quarter before heading back to Molly’s.