back ribs with garlic mashed potatoes and turnip greens are finger-lickin'
good; the decadently sweet bread pudding comes soaked in a whiskey sauce.
A children's menu offers staples like grilled cheese sandwiches and hamburgers.
The establishment's breakout experience is the Sunday Gospel Brunch, which features 45 minutes of rafter-raising hymns and a vast menu (omelet stations, peel-and-eat shrimp, croissants, fruit, etc.) served buffet-style.
Nominated "Best Place for Live Music" in 2000, The House of Blues also includes a live stage, featuring new bands every night.
Tickets can be booked and purchased off their web site, which provides the latest attractions and gigs to show each day.