New Orleans House of Blues

  • March 22, 2009 · 9:15 AM
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The House of Blues has an all-you-can-eat Gospel Brunch every day Sunday. The price is $40/pp and includes buffet, gospel performance, tax, coffee, tea, and juice. From the website here is the brunch menu:
Roasted Garlic Potatoes
Bacon & Sausage links
Cheddar Cheese Grits
Scrambled Eggs
Assorted Muffins, bagels, mini croissants, biscuits with country gravy
Omelet stations
Fruit Boards
Peel & Eat Boiled Shrimp
Boiled Shrimp with Spicy Cocktail Sauce
Chicken Jambalaya
Baked Chicken with Jim Beam BBQ Sauce
Cole Slaw and Potato Salad
Carving Top of Round of Beef, Country Ham, or Turkey
White chocolate bread pudding w/Bourbon sauce
Fresh Sliced Fruit
Unlimited Champagne Mimosas Tickets for the brunch must be purchased in advanced from the HOB New Orleans Box Office. You can do that by going to the box office or calling[masked]-4999. When the recording starts, press 0 to be taken to the box office. When you buy your ticket, tell them that to seat you under the reservation of Thomika Segar. After you purchase your ticket, you can pick it up from the box office at any time.

The box office opens at 9:00 am on Sunday and the brunch starts at 9:30. So we will meet at the box office at 9:15 for a central meeting spot and for everyone that hasn't already picked up their tickets. Hope to see you there!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I went to a Gospel Brunch at HOB on Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles and it was AMAZING! There weren't long lines, the show was incredible and makes me want to go back. Maybe next time we can speak to the staff and arrange it so everyone can sit together. HOB can be very accommodating when they know they might have potential "Foundation Members" at brunch. ;)

    April 27, 2009

  • Barb

    This was a first meeting that I had with this group and it was a little crazy. The group was split up by the house of blues into 2 groups so we didn't get to sit & talk with all of the group. Next time I think we should go someplace that isn't as loud. But all in all it was a great time the music was fantastic, and the food was delicious.

    March 23, 2009

  • kathleen

    expensive and short but the music was great!

    March 23, 2009

  • Thomika

    The food was very good. The music was excellent. I was a little bummed that we didn't all get to sit together. But I had a wonderful time nonetheless.

    March 23, 2009

  • Chris M.

    Great show - had a wonderful time!

    March 23, 2009

  • Nikki B.

    The music was fantastic. You'd be crazy to expect less at the HOB. But the whole setup should be revisited. There was one long line for the buffet; it took about 30 minutes to get your food and enjoy. The Gospel Brunch ended somewhat abruptly as well - just two acts and the show's over. The HOB politely encourages everyone to exit the establishment with a second line dance of "When the Saints Go Marching In" out the front door. For $40 I think the whole thing could have organized.
    Still, it was a good way to spend a Sunday morning and, like I said, the music was worth waiting for.

    March 22, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member


    March 22, 2009

  • Hal

    ABOUT TICKETS --- Read the description of the event (menu, etc.). NOTE that tickets have to be purchased IN ADVANCE. And be sure to get placed in Thomika's group.

    March 16, 2009

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