The House of Blues has been a popular music venue among New Orleanians and visitors for years. Nothing compares to the live music and exciting atmosphere that The House of Blues provides down in the French Quarter. The venue has been missing its patrons and is excited to finally reopen its doors on Thursday, August 12.
Not only does the live music attract customers, but so does the popular restaurant and bar. The restaurant's menu is inspired by Southern flavors and includes some spectacular dishes such as Voodoo Shrimp, Jalapeño Cornbread, and Jambalaya. All of the food pairs nicely with any of their craft beer and hand-crafted cocktails. The restaurant and bar area will now be open on Thursdays and Fridays from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., along with Saturdays and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Since The House of Blues is reopening, they have implemented a list of safety guidelines. These precautions include having hand sanitizer throughout the venue, following local health guidelines, having employees wear masks, and offering contactless payment options. The venue is committed to offering a safe environment where people can still have fun.
Some upcoming performances include music from Steel Panther, Robert Earl Keen, and Stephen Marley. If you can't make it to an upcoming show, you can always support The House of Blue by buying some of their stylish merchandise or by hosting a private event of your own.
For more information, please visit houseofblues.com/neworleans.