Setting and Atmosphere
Think rustic-but-trendy blues club somewhere
along the Mississippi river, maybe St. louis. it's dark except for outside patios and a second-story terrace, with hardwood floors, small, intimate tables, and indirect lighting.
The finger food is always safe, and the sandwiches, especially the Blues burger and the shrimp poeboy, are worth a taste.
The Elwood blackened-chicken sandwich, jamba-
laya, red beans and rice with sausage.
The House of Blues is first and foremost a major concert site, with marquee names, up-and-comers, and strong local talent taking the stage every night. Food is a secondary thought. tables are small and scrunched close together for maximum capacity. it's best to stick with the basics: finger foods, sandwiches, and salads. Some of the decidedly Southern fare, such as the jambalaya and fried chicken with country gravy, is pretty good, but you won't leave raving about the food. and unless stated otherwise, this is strictly an adult venue (18 and older).
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|When to go||Dinner|
|Lunch Hours||Daily, 11am-4pm|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 4pm-1:30am|
Lunch and Dinner Prices