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A Thomasville restaurant will transform into New Orleans for two nights for a Mardi Gras festival.

Some Place Else Cafe and Depot Garden Lounge will host vendors selling beads, masks, and jewelry. There will be a fortune teller, live music, and the restaurant will showcase their new green Key West menu.

"We have two bands performing this weekend we have Tobacco Road, which has performed here in the past, people around here love them, we also have Sauce Boss, which plays his instruments but at the same time cooks gumbo and everyone here will get a bowl to try," said co-owner of the restaurant Tommy Rogers.

The fun kicks off at 6pm on Friday and starts at 11am on Saturday. Tickets are $10 per day or $15 for both days.

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