June 19, 1865 also known as Juneteenth is when the enslaved in Galveston, Texas first learned of their freedom - two and a half years after the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Thus began the Juneteenth celebration, which has grown to acknowledge the importance of education, achievement, community and freedom.
We will have a made to order menu and live music performed by Jimmy Easton. Reservations are strongly recommended.
We will have two time slots - the first will be from 11AM - 1PM and our second time slot will be from 1PM-3PM.
Make your reservations today. We look forward to having you!
A dressy attire is required. Athletic wear, ball caps or Do-rag, tennis shoes/sneakers, cut-off shirt or shorts, hoodies, ripped, frayed, tattered or sagging pants are NOT permitted. Please inform everyone in your party of our dress code policy.
We invite you to review our the FAQ page on our website for answers to commonly asked questions.
***SPACE IS LIMITED***