House Of Blues

(714) 778-2583 | View Website

1530 S Disneyland Dr, Anaheim, CA | Directions   92802

33.809588 -117.922999

Open Hours

Monday To Sunday From 05:00 PM To 12:00 PM

 
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More Categories: Singles Bars, Restaurants, Barbecue Restaurants, Halls & Auditoriums, Amusement Parks

Bar & Club Special Features: Live Music, Outdoor Seating, Smoking Permitted

Bar & Club Type of Music: Alternative Rock, Blues, Folk & Bluegrass, Funk, Soul & R&B, Gospel, Hard Rock & Heavy Metal, Hip-Hop & Rap, Punk, Reggae, Rock & Pop, Ska, World, Country

Bar & Pub Special Features: Bar Food

Payment Methods: MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Disneyland

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House Of Blues
House Of Blues
House Of Blues
House Of Blues
Menu
Cornbread with Maple Butter, Voodoo Shrimp, Crossroads Quesadilla, Spinach and Artichoke Dip, Hand Stretched Grilled Flatbreads, Shrimp and Hummus, Spicy Sausage, Chicken Wings, Pulled Pork Sliders, Angus Sliders... more

Reviews for House Of Blues

House Of Blues
Recommends

While it's not the best food, their Happy Hour menu suffices when you want a Disneyland/CA Adv break. The burger is decent but my favorite is the Gospel Brunch. It's a trip back to the South with soul food and soul music.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

BEST CONCERT VENUE – The House of Blues is probably the best concert venue in america. They always have top notch bands and no matter where your standing your up close. Security keeps things in check, and their prices for tickets are very reasonable

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Poor Food Quality – We were at the HOB Anaheim for a concert on 10/10/06. We decided to have dinner beforehand and we were pretty disappointed. I ordered the burger with fries and my girlfriend ordered the Jambalaya. The fries in my meal tasted lukewarm and stale like they were three hours old. The Jambalaya was a disaster. The sausage was overcooked and tough, the sauce was bland and tasted like it was straight out of a can, the meal was not hot, and it just didnt taste very good overall.

The service was a different story. Our waitress was very kind and attentive. She brought us refills without us asking for them and she made many visits to our table.

My main gripe about the food being bad was that this place seems to bill itself as a great place to eat. The name of the Executive Chef and sous-chefs are prominently displayed at the top of the menu. If you visit their websites, theyll show you pictures of the food & desserts and describe the menu as Distinctive Southern Cuisine. Unfortunately, our first impression of the food at the Anaheim location was that the food staff doesnt really care about the quality. If you choose to eat here, try to order items that are hard to screw up.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Sound sound sound – I've seen some amazing shows here. Built to Spill (twice). Joe Jackson. The Dismemberment Plan. I have never been disappointed with the sound quality, nor the grand decor. Ticket prices aren't too steep. For any dishearted citizen of Orange County, who feels they are lacking in a good concert memories, make the HOB you first good concert memory.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Luke-Warm Recommendation for Gospel Brunch – I love the HOB. I've been a frequent customer both at the Anaheim and Sunset venues. So, when I was looking for a place to take my fun-loving extended family to brunch, I thought the HOB Anaheim would be perfect for them. Regretfully, I have to say that I was not impressed with the food, drinks, and overall presentation. I'm not a picky eater, by any means. Started off with a Bloody Mary that tasted more like a tomato slushy, it was a meal unto itself. I expected more fresh items and more desserts. You get the traditional mac 'n' cheese, potatoes, omelette bar...but only two desserts were offered (bread pudding and a plate of cookies)and their fresh fruit was in one bowl that looked like left-overs from the 10am seating. We enjoyed the music, although extremely loud.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

This member of the Blues Brothers' growing family sticks to the world-famous formula of Deep South sensibilities and first-rate entertainment. – The Scene
A key aspect of the HOB's popularity has been its ability to capture the irresistible charm and eclectic, down-home look of its Southern roots. This version is no different, with a jambalaya mix of innate artwork and a realistic down-on-the-Delta configuration that's part saloon, playhouse and church. It's a smaller, more intimate version than the L.A. HOB, offering a decent-sized dance floor, numerous full bars, a restaurant serving soul-food classics, an outdoor lounge upstairs and an outdoor patio downstairs. Although the picturesque spot is a treat, the best thing HOB has to offer is its amazing sound system that draws the best in all music genres.

The Draw
It's behind the Orange curtain and on Disney's land so don't expect the vibe to be as funky and slick as its Sunset Strip sibling. But the crowd should be somewhat hip and stylish in an O.C.-super-casual kind of way.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Good Lunch Spot, Good For People Watching – LOL, I am glad I am not an Angelino. I sat outside on the patio to have lunch on a day when many were standing in line waiting for a table inside because at 60 degrees they were freezing. Service was so-so, the waiters seemed confused as to who was waiting on who. Ordered their Blues Burger which wasn't bad...fries were a little cold. Had a Moonshine speciality drink, it's now one of my faves. One new waitress stopped by to chat and literally talked my ear off while I tried to eat. Fun spot to watch people passing by. The flower fountain nearby will spew water high into the air so don't sit too close to the front unless you want to get a light mist.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Fun Place & Cool Staff – What's cool about the staff at this H.O.B. is that if there's more than a hour wait to get seated & eat, if you grease their palms w/a $10 or $20, you're NEXT to be seated...so when you're with a large group...a couple of extra bucks to get seated right away, eat & watch the show is nothing! Well worth it...the scene is fun & there's always pretty people to look at :).

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Show good, Food bad – House of Blues rocks when it comes to live music not food. The food was really bad and the service was horrible. They didnt even give us utensils. Maybe it was a bad nite. Who knows.

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Blues Club (2009)
Live Music Venue (2007)
Live Music Venue (2005)
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