House Of Blues Orlando Review + $100 Giveaway #CrossroadsHOB

House Of Blues Orlando Review + $100 Giveaway #CrossroadsHOB

The folks at Crossroads Restaurants at House of Blues emailed me with a great review opportunity a few weeks ago. Since the closest location was in Orlando, my buddy Tracy went to check out the new menu for us. The best part is that I also have a giveaway for you guys ;)

Crossroads Restaurants at House of Blues locations nationwide have created a delicious new menu created by celebrity chef Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame! I don’t know about you but the Food Network is one of my favorite stations :)

Chef Sanchez has used his imaginative take on classic American dishes to create something for everyone, with over 10 choices for seafood lovers, a dozen different entrees, 4 signature burgers, vegetarian options and of course classic southern favorites to make your taste buds sing!

House Of Blues Orlando Review + $100 Giveaway #CrossroadsHOB

House of Blues not only has amazing food…you can enjoy the diverse music that graces the House of Blues stage each night.

Crossroads at House of Blues is truly the place where food, music and art intersect. Relax and enjoy great tunes while sampling new Hand-Stretched Flatbread Pizzas, or settle down with something more sumptuous, like Lobster Mac & Cheese or Jambalaya! Tracy had the Shrimp and Grits (one of my personal favorites to make at home) and the Jambalaya. Both were full of flavor and delicious.

Like a little bit of spice? Make sure to try the VOODOO Shrimp as an appetizer. If spice isn’t up your alley, make sure to snack on the Spinach and Artichoke dip. The pita chips that are served with it are light and perfect for dipping.

Chef Sanchez also gives veggie lovers reason to rejoice too – you won’t find sad salads under his watch! Sample cheesy Street Tacos or Portobello sliders – just two of the delicious vegetarian options on the new menu.

Dessert at House of Blues is a must. So, I strongly recommend saving a bit of room ;) The Key Lime pie is light and delicious…and the raspberry sauce that accompanies it is perfect. Love chocolate like me? Well, try the Chocolate Cheesecake or Mousse….you won’t be sorry!

Do I have you hungry yet? I know I am! Well, the fabulous folks over at Crossroads have offered an amazing giveaway. One lucky I Heart Saving reader will win a $100 Gift Certificate to Crossroads Restaurants! The voucher is good for any city with a House of Blues, except Boston, MA! You can see all the cities here.

This giveaway will end 3/24 at 11:59 pm.

Here’s how to enter:

1) Leave a comment on this post with one of your favorite items from the House of Blues menu – you can view it here

For an optional extra entry:

2) Like I Heart Saving Money on Facebook

Disclosure: I Heart Saving Money received a gift card to visit House of Blues. No other compensation was received. All opinions are 100% I Heart Saving Money’s. I am not responsible for prize shipment. Crossroads House of Blues/PR Company is.

Comments

  1. Melissa says

    Absolutely love the lobster mac and cheese and jambalaya! They used to have a mushroom pasta dish that was to die for. Love House of Blues..we go there every year for our anniversary at Downtown Disney in Orlando. Hopefully I will be the lucky recipient of the gift card!

  2. Ronnie Briskin says

    I would love to try the restaurant and I would try the lobster mac and cheese.

  3. Nancy says

    During their Gospel Brunches, my favorite items would be their Smoked Beef Brisket and the Made to Order Omelets.

  4. Taryn T. says

    The cornbread and fried chicken sound amazing! This would make such an awesome date night!

  5. JULU B says

    I LOVE the ST Louis Ribs! I also tried to new Voodoo Shrimp and it is REALLY good with their jalapeno cornbread that is served with it!
    Thanks for the chance!

  6. JULU B says

    I LIKE you on FB!!
    Thanks so much, could definitely use this awesome gift card to House of Blues!

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