Kat Crosby and the Rhythm Gators return to Mattison’s Riverwalk Blues Brunch on Sunday, January 26th.

Sophisticated blues, a hint of jazz and hot guitar defines The Kat Crosby Band.
Described by Bob Burns of The Mesilla Valley Jazz and Blues Society as, “One of the blues treasures of New Mexico and Texas,” The Kat Crosby Band focuses on delivering a show filled with the emotional vocals of Kat Crosby supported by the powerful and expressive guitar work of her husband, John Peterson.
The Kat Crosby Band play list is a combination of original music and carefully chosen cover songs drawing the audience into the music. The music is a mix of fresh, modern blues, a dash of jazz, and always with the attitude of “laissez les bon temps roulez!”

Kat has played festivals and other venues in New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona over the last 20 years. She has performed many times at the La Vina Wine Festivals as well as The Silver City Blues Festival, The Ruidoso Blues Festival, The Tucson Blues Festival, and
The Socorro Music Festival.


Experience the best in blues and the best local brunch featuring locally sourced and sustainable menu items, a build your own Bloody Mary menu and Mimosas and Bellinis.

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Mattison’s Riverwalk Grille has rolled out a program that will benefit twelve local charities and thousands of individuals and families in need. Each month, over the next year, Mattison’s will designate a local charitable organization to benefit from their ROUND UP FOR CHARITY program where guests can round up their lunch or dinner check to the nearest dollar or donate any amount they wish. The chosen charities will cover organizations that assist children, animals, veterans, the homeless, the terminally ill, the hungry and small family farmers.

Chef Paul Mattison is not just a restaurateur but a philanthropist and believes in supporting the local community. Chef Paul states, “Manatee County residents and business owners have been very welcoming to us since we began Mattison’s Riverwalk Grille, in 2016. I believe that it is our duty as business owners to support organizations that help the underserved populations and those in need. We are honored to give back to the community that has given us so much!”

Don’t forget to ask to Round Up your check when dining at Mattison’s Riverwalk Grille in Downtown Bradenton.

This month’s recipient is Hunger’s End.

Hungers End’s mission is to “End Hunger in America, one community at a time”.

They operate a food pantry and Blessing Closet serving 500-600 families each month, located at:  1802 14th St W, Bradenton, Fl 34205.

Hungers End partners with many great organizations to provide free groceries, clothes, and personal hygiene products to those in need.  They serve a free meal every Monday evening from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm.  All are welcome. For more on Hunger’s End, Mattison’s Round UP for Charity recipient for January 2020 visit Hunger’s End.