Reveillon

It's time for Reveillon at Josephine Estelle and Seaworthy

Derived from the French word for ‘awakening,’ Reveillon originally was a meal served after midnight mass on Christmas Eve. Early New Orleans was almost entirely Catholic, and virtually the entire community would participate in these ceremonies. Families would return from the late-night service famished and set upon a feast.

Join us at Seaworthy and Josephine Estelle to celebrate this old tradition in new ways.


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  • 5PM–Sunday, December 01
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It's time for Reveillon at Josephine Estelle and Seaworthy

Derived from the French word for ‘awakening,’ Reveillon originally was a meal served after midnight mass on Christmas Eve. Early New Orleans was almost entirely Catholic, and virtually the entire community would participate in these ceremonies. Families would return from the late-night service famished and set upon a feast.

Join us at Seaworthy and Josephine Estelle to celebrate this old tradition in new ways.

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