1st Annual Kick-Off to Citrus Season Cocktail Contest!

Elizabeth'sJoin the New Orleans Fruit Tree Project December 4th from 6-9pm at Elizabeth’s Restaurant for our First Annual Kick-Off to Citrus Season Fundraiser! Ten finalist bartenders, both professional and novice, will be invited to showcase their delicious concoctions and guests will choose their favorites in a number of fun categories. Guests will receive a punch card and a score sheet and determine which creation is the best! Awesome prizes to category favorites and best overall!
Elizabeth’s Restaurant will be providing delicious food and guests will be dazzled by a number of local musical talents like Pyeya, an all female Baltic Folksong Acapella trio.
$20 gets you samples of each cocktail entry, 2 drink tickets, food from Elizabeth’s and a chance to help NOFTP get ready for it’s favorite and most ‘fruitful’ time year- CITRUS SEASON!!

Calling all bartenders (professional or beginner)!

Interested in seeing if your cocktail has what it takes? Contact Emily at emily.nolafruit@gmail.com to find out how to enter!

Interested in helping out?

NOFTP is looking for just about anyone and anything that could help make this night a success! We are still looking for raffle prizes, musicians and any liquor, beer or wine donations. Email nolafruit@gmail.com and let us know how you’d like to be involved!

Tickets can purchased in advance or at the door.

Kick-Off to Citrus Season Event Tickets

 (Includes cocktail samples, 2 drink tickets and food!)

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Kick-Off to Citrus Season ‘Ghost Tickets’


Can’t make it to the event? Be there in spirit by purchasing a ‘ghost ticket’. Your contribution will help NOFTP make the 2013-2014 Citrus Season our most successful yet!




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