House of Blues Restaurant & Bar - Las Vegas
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- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
a crisp, golden quarter bird served with our bourbon butter, slaw and roasted garlic mashed potatoes
sautéed shrimp in an Abita Amber beer reduction sauce, served over jalapeño-cheese cornbread
Shrimp and Grits
our riff on the classic. sautéed shrimp in chipotle cream sauce with chives, on a crispy cotija cheese grit cake
Shrimp po boy and cajun pasta is the way to go please get this if you decide to eat at house of blues !! Mash potatoes were also very tasty couldn't get enough
The food is amazing there was no live music and it was super cold
Good for just hanging out specially if there was live music but food is not good.
Great food. Great service... Always a pleasure!
The Fried Chicken was amazingly delicious. The pulled pork is fine, but I wouldn’t order it again.
The food selection is good, with large portions. It was a birthday celebration, and the waiter brought me ice cream as a treat.
Enjoyed the food, didn't fill me up. For example I thought the gumbo was very good, but only 2/3 of the cup was filled. Overall good food at a reasonable price, I would go back, just would like a little more of it.
The food was disgusting as well as the alcoholic Cadillac Margarita.
My entire family was displeased with the quality.
The waitress did her best and she’s the reason for the stars.
Lovely atmosphere...no long waiting in line to be seated...Food was awesome and we didn't have to break the bank to eat there
We eat here every time we come. I have a lower rating because the brisket tacos were not good. The meat was hard. I did like the voodoo shrimp. Our food was served Luke warm.
After being sat at our table, our waitress informed us that her section was over sat and it'll be a few minutes before she was with us. When I have a reservation booked, I don't want to hear excuses about being over sat. A reservation reserves a table to avoid those problems. The kitchen was out of two of the menu items we tried to order. After finally placing a successful order we watched three other tables who were sat after us receive their food. Our waitress never returned to give us an update, leaving us wondering if our food order was ever placed. Once we finally received our food, my husband requested salt and pepper. His food grew cold while waiting for the waitress to return with salt and pepper. Aside from those mishaps, the food was only mediocre for the price we paid. The ambiance in the restaurant is very cool and I enjoyed being there, however the food did not meet it's potential.
The check-in experience was by far the worst part. We had a reservation and the person behind the desk made it super awkward. We were early and that seem to throw a kink into the whole system. We weren’t looking to be seated early we were just checking in.
Our server was great. The food was actually pretty amazing. But it always drives me nuts when the foods not hot or looks like it’s been sitting out for a while
We had breakfast here and I can genuinely say that it was one of the best I’ve had! We both got generous sized omelettes (with many options to add additional ingredients) that were large and perfectly cooked - not under or over done. My omelette was made with bacon, cheddar and provolone cheese and the ratio of ingredients to eggs was great! Not too much or too little. The hash browns are a small brick of potatoes - which I actually like. They were nicely browned and we both enjoyed them. We had a side of Rye toast - the bread was surprisingly good - a dense rye that still retained the softness of bread. One of the key benefits was that it wasn’t the “greasy” food you get all too often at breakfast. The ingredients were all good quality, fresh and were cooked exceptionally well. I will definitely be back for breakfast again.
The breakfast was terrible. Eggs under cooked. The BLT breakfast sandwich was made with white bread not flat bread as described. I would not recommend eating here.
I liked it a ton great ribs great baked beans. I liked it very very very much.
The drinks were weak, tasteless and expensive. The ribs were good but that’s it. The brisket was undercooo and tasteless, the beans were undercooked and hard, the Cole slaw was dry and had no seasoning. The corn on the cob was ok, but very small. The cornbread was cold and served without butter. The waitress was inattentive and forgot requested items. Overall we decided that it was, quite possibly,the worst dinner out we’ve ever had. We definitely not be back.
Met friends for lunch. Great service and food was yummy!
It was surprisingly good. We tried Della’s the day before and did not enjoy that place.
Food is SO GOOD! MmmmmBBQ
Great atmosphere and service. I had the best mojito there.
Wasnt crowded but service was slow.
Food was lukewarm, guessing it sat until server grabbed it.
No draft beer, if that matters and poor beer selection.
We have eaten at HOB several times. We enjoy the food and the attentive service. Staff checks frequent to make certain you are comfortable. This last visit we ate there twice, once for breakfast and once for dinner. Food quality is generally high. The biscuits this past time were not the usual quality; they were cold and hard. The rest of the breakfast was what one might expect. We will definitely continue to visit HOB Las Vegas.
We had an AWESOME server...which definitely had a positive impact on our overall dining experience. Everything was tasty, from the dynamite shrimp appetizer to the strip steak. Prices are reasonable for the quality of food and serving size. It can be quite noisy (it's Las Vegas, after all!); we weren't bothered but I do want those who read this review to have realistic expectations. House of Blues is a fun dining experience rather than an intimate date night setting.
The food is great. Plenty of choices. Staff is always friendly and helpful. Have eaten here several times.
Everything has at least has some level of spice, ask for lite spice if you're sensitive, would recommend grilled or blackened on the chicken instead of crispy (a little bland), the flat breads and steak are amazing!
Took my grandson. He’s going into the Navy soon and we wanted to do something fun. He was really little the first time I took him there.
We’ve been here several times and the staff here generally don’t seem to like their jobs. They don’t seem happy and positive. Service is also very slow.
I was not impressed with the food. My husband and I ordered the Cajun Chicken Pasta and NY Steak. The Cajun Chicken Pasta dish was watery and the chicken pieces were very small. And the NY steak had a sweet, teriyaki type sauce over it and it ruined the flavor of the steak.
You're gonna see something at House of Blues, you should just eat next door.
Overall, a great night
All were great.
The only “issue” was when the performance started and the rotating colored lights were activated. A little hard to look in almost any direction (guesses based on our table location) when red or green light hits you in your eyes every couple of seconds.
Our 1year Wedding Anniversary
Very nice place overall, however there was a band playing in other room next to me and it was so loud.
Food and alcohol was expensive, service was slow. Food was good. But you are next to the House of Blues and they have concert deals.
Excellent food and a nice atmosphere. Went twice while I was in Vegas.
Xavier was fantastic. He took care of everything we needed. Great job.
Great vibe and food. Server was awesome. Had the catfish sandwich and it was so amazing. Thank you again HOB, we're locals and as usual we'll be back
Great nachos. Shrimp and grits great. Great service. Very casual.
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar - Las Vegas offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (702) 632-7607.
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar - Las Vegas is rated 4.6 stars by 1369 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.