In 1992, the now infamous House of Blues first opened its doors in Cambridge, Massachusetts. A project undertaken by Isaac Tigrett, his vision was to create a place where art, music and good food could collide in a showcase of the South’s rich music and artistic history. Today, the House of Blues name has become synonymous with quality concerts celebrating the rural South’s Rhythm & Blues, Gospel, Jazz and Rock & Roll genres. A scrumptious dining menu with a twang of Southern flair completes this entertaining experience.
At the House of Blues in Orlando, Florida, a giant water tower overlooks the Downtown Disney Promenade. Inside the artistic styles of Mr. Imagination and the traditional “Crazy Quilt” hang on display. The House of Blues in Orlando is never short on concerts and tasty food including the famous Gospel Brunch. Here, a home-cooked buffet and inspiring gospel performances give plenty of food for the soul.