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New Orleans Mother’s Day Brunch featuring Southside Aces
- Sunday, May 11, 2014
BOX OFFICE 612-332-5299
Southside Aces Media
10:30 to 3:00 prices starting at $26.95
Call 612-332-1010 for reservations
About New Orleans Mothers’ Day Brunch with the Southside Aces
|New Orleans Mother’s Day Brunch with the Southside AcesThe Dakota announces our Mother’s Day Brunch at the Dakota Sunday, May 11th from 10:30-3 with New Orleans-style music from the South Side Aces. The menu from Chef Derik Moran with pastries and sweet treats from Pastry Chef Katie Elsing shows New Orleans influence, and there are selections for all tastes and a children’s menu! This New Orleans Mother’s Day celebration at the Dakota includes something for everyone brought to you by our skilled and knowledgeable servers.For the Mains, guests can choose items created by Chef Derik Moran and inspired by New Orleans and the music from South Side Aces. Options include:
We also welcome kids with our Children’s Menu for 11.95 complete with:
The popular Fresh Shooter Pairings will be back the popular with new combinations like:
Enticing desserts from Pastry Chef Katie Elsing include choice of:
For our New Orleans Mother’s Day Brunch, our knowledgeable staff will deliver your choices with style and care. Whatever pleases your family will be available at the Dakota’s New Orleans Mother’s Day Brunch with music from the South Side Aces. 612-332-1010 for reservations, and dakotacooks.com for more information.
About Southside Aces
Southside Aces perform traditional New Orleans jazz. The band first began as the brainchild of Clarinetist Tony Balluff and Sousaphone player Erik Jacobson. Their whispers and rumors materialized in Tony’s foyer near Pillsbury and 27th in South Minneapolis, late August 2003. Since their first gig on a flatbed truck in Apple Valley, they’ve played weddings, festivals, clubs— “music furnished for all occasions”.
The Aces have self-produced and released three CDs: All Aboard!! on Mardi Gras, 2005, Bucktown Bounce in September of 2006, and A Big Fine Thing in June of 2011.
What Other People Have Been Saying...
“A true authentic New Orleans dance-hall style band” –New Orleans Traditional Jazz Quarterly