bartender handing bar patron frozen daiquiri
Culture, Daiquiri

Daring Daiquiri: The Cocktail That Influenced Culture

Daring Daiquiri: The Cocktail That Influenced Culture Explore the impact of the daiquiri on art, music, and literature. Discover how this tropical cocktail revolutionized cultural landscapes. The daiquiri has become an iconic cocktail, loved and enjoyed around the world. But did you know that this drink has had a significant impact on art, music, and

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Fat Tuesday: Mardi Gras king cake with baby and beads
Culture

 Fat Tuesday: The Ultimate Celebration Of Fun And Indulgence

Fat Tuesday is celebrated with huge parties, elaborate parades, and all-night celebrations in cities around the world Mardi Gras (French for “Fat Tuesday”) is the ultimate celebration of fun and indulgence – a day to let loose, party hard and feast on all the rich treats you can imagine. Fat Tuesday is the day before

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Sausage po'boy sandwich with french fries
Culture, Soul Food

The Story of the Po-Boy Sandwich

Order a tasty po’boy for National Sandwich Day at Daiquiri Depot in Arlington, TX! What is a Po’boy? A po’boy, often spelled po-boy, po boy, or poor boy, is a sandwich with Louisiana origins. It typically contains roast beef or some other fried seafood like shrimp, crawfish, fish, oysters, or crab. The meat is placed

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mardi gras concept
Culture

6 Things You Didn’t Know About the History of Mardi Gras

Key Points Feast upon some trivia about New Orleans’ wildest day of the year   While not everybody can attend the most talked about party of the year, Daiquiri Depot can bring a little piece of NOLA to Arlington with its frozen daiquiris, soul food, and party-like atmosphere.   About Mardi Gras   Every year,

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Culture, Soul Food

What Defines Authentic Soul Food?

Key Points What is authentic soul food and where did it come from?   From collard greens to pork chops, soul food is the ultimate comfort food. Rooted in African-American history, it’s mostly popular in the deep south, but you can find soul food kitchens across the US. For centuries, black Americans have passed on

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