Downtown Disney District
Unique/Themed Dining, Table Service, Reservations Accepted
At this plantation-style estate turned rollicking rock-’n’-roll palace, rustic fare is revamped with an updated menu.
Now known as Crossroads at House of Blues, this new dining experience is where food, music and art intersect! Food Network star Aarón Sanchez brings world flavors to all-new signature dishes while remixing House of Blues oldies but goodies.
Bites like street tacos with roasted tomatillo salsa, Cotija cheese and avocado-lime crème speak to Aarón's southwestern roots, while his short rib meatball sliders and gourmet-style wood-grilled flatbreads are destined to become crowd favorites.
Roll down the river for sautéed, blackened or grilled market fish, or try the citrus-marinated, chipotle-glazed chicken or hearty shrimp and grits. American classics returning for an encore include St. Louis ribs, lobster mac and cheese, buttermilk fried chicken and bacon-wrapped meatloaf.
Delicious Lunches and Daily Happy Hours
For a matinée performance, headline with signature burgers like the cheese-stuffed Juicy Lucy with crispy jalapeno pickles, or build your own with a Jamaican-spiced turkey patty or certified Angus beef. Supporting-act sandwiches like the shrimp po’ boy, French dip and slow-smoked pulled pork also fit the bill. Or just let it swing with artfully composed salads and down-home sides like sweet potato fries and drunken beans.
Triple-chocolate cheesecake, bourbon bread pudding with bananas and caramel sauce, and the chef’s ice cream and sorbets are worthy of a standing ovation, as is our lineup of beers and specialty cocktails. Stop by for happy hour drink specials every day, from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM on weekdays and 10:00 PM to close 7 days a week, and enjoy rockin’ live performances on the House of Blues® Stage.
All menu items are subject to change without notice.
Home to some of today’s hottest musical talent, the House of Blues® Stage showcases diverse acts from around the globe.
Groove to legendary funk and soul artists, international world music, emerging local talent and more. From R&B, hip-hop and Latin to reggae, rock and the blues, anything goes at the House of Blues! Before you leave, be sure to stop by the House of Blues® Store for unique gifts and souvenirs that sing of the spirit of the Delta, from music CDs to hot sauce.
House of Blues Anaheim is also home to a collection of famed antique quilts made by women from rural Gee’s Bend, Alabama. So treasured is this colorful African-American folk art form, it has been exhibited at museums throughout the country and has even appeared on United States postage stamps. In tribute, the Main Stage curtain is affectionately dubbed the “Crazy Quilt,” and a metal box of real Mississippi Delta mud is buried under the stage for good luck.
Get on up and sing—but not before you get into some good eatin’ at our world-famous Gospel Brunch buffet. Hallelujah!
The House of Blues Gospel Brunch electrifies your soul every other Sunday with energetic urban contemporary gospel and pop performed live on stage by the dynamic Gospel Blues Choir.
Dig into a sanctified southern-style brunch buffet of breakfast favorites and lunch fare, from voodoo scrambled eggs and biscuits with country gravy to fried chicken and BBQ beef brisket. Made-to-order omelets and waffles and a host of delectable desserts, fresh fruit and prepared salads make this day of rest truly blessed!
Advance reservations for dining at Crossroads at House of Blues are highly recommended. For booking, please check availability and make your reservations online, or call (714) 781-DINE or (714) 781-3463 up to 60 days prior to your visit. Reservations can also be made in person on a limited basis, subject to availability.
Interested in experiencing the Gospel Brunch? If so, advanced reservations are required. For information on upcoming show times or to buy tickets, check the House of Blues online concert calendar, or call (714) 778-BLUE or (714) 778-2583. You can also visit the House of Blues box office to make inquiries or purchase tickets in person.
Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call.
Before or after a show, relax with a drink and small bite at the Crossroads restaurant bar area—no reservations needed.
|Lunch||11:00 AM - 4:45 PM|
|Dinner||5:00 PM - 9:00 PM|