Crossroads at House of Blues

The new Gospel Brunch experience returns every Sunday morning at 10:00am. Each week features local talent performing both traditional and contemporary Gospel songs selected by Kirk Franklin, plus an amazing all-you-can-eat buffet, bottomless mimosas, and a bloody mary bar.

Crossroads at House of Blues, New Orleans' premiere entertainment venue, is home to a 280-seat restaurant world famous for its delicious Southern-inspired menu.

Conveniently located in the French Quarter, Crossroads at House of Blues has a reputation as the best place to hear the hottest acts in live music.

The venue, which opened its doors in 1994, also consists of two state-of-the-art music venues: The Music Hall and the Parish is an outdoor Voodoo Garden which features free live local music and comedy each week. The Foundation Room is an opulently appointed private membership club and very cool memorabilia store featuring a great collection of HOB apparel, souvenirs, CD's and more. In addition, Big Mama's Lounge, their newly opened street side bar, provides an intimate local blues bar atmosphere.

Buzzing with the energy and conversation of diners and after work cocktailers, the Crossroads at House of Blues restaurant features inspired Southern cuisine. For down home cuisine with an emphasis on flavor and personality, this is the place!

Choose from a wide array of sumptuous dishes including Creole Jambalaya, a New Orleans classic.