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. Unless stated otherwise, the separately tiketed concert hall is strictly an adult venue (18 and older) though children are always welcome at the restaurant. In 2012 House of Blues (which has rebranded its restaurants as Crossroads at House of Blues) enlisted Food Network celebrity chef Aaron Sanchez to overhaul the menu. The resulting fare bursts with fresher, bolder flavors befitting a blend of Southern soul food with Sanchez's Latino background. Happy hour (Monday-Friday, 2-5pm, and daily 10pmm-close) offers discounted drinks and cut-price appetizers. Tables are small and scrunched close together for maximum capacity.
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 walls feature a fantastic collection of American folk artists, some of whom (such as Missionary Mary Proctor) have works that hang in prestigious museums.
Jambalaya, St. Louis ribs, pulled pork sandwich, build your own burgers.
Jamaican jerk chicken wings, and steak "street" tacos with tomatillo salsa.
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|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
|Disneyland Premium Annual Pass||20%||All||All|
|Disneyland Annual Pass - Not Premium||20%||All||All|
|DVC Member||20%||All||Excludes alcohol, gratuity, and tax|
|When to go||Dinner|
|Lunch Hours||Daily, 11am-4pm|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 4pm-9pm|