Enjoy the House of Blues - Myrtle Beach Style! by Gregg Gillies
The House of Blues is must see Myrtle Beach entertainment!
The House of Blues in Myrtle Beach is a great venue to check out if you're looking for a place to go on Sunday morning.
Offering a "Gospel Brunch" you'll be able to eat as much as you like of their fine Southern hospitality whilst listening to some great gospel performances.
The House of Blues in Myrtle Beach Gospel Brunch is a switch from the outdoors life of sun, surf and sand bunkers usually associated with Myrtle Beach, but offers a great alternative to attending church if you don't like joining a congregation as a visitor on your vacation break.
The House of Blues has a great line up of guests appearing to entertain visitors, and often it's standing room only, but there's no set pattern to the days that there are performers live so make sure you check out well in advance if you hope to hear some great music whilst you're there.
Apart from offering the gospel brunch and live music, the House of Blues is renowned for the quality of food served there. The reviews of the food served at the Myrtle Beach House of food must rank towards the top of the list of places to eat in the area. After a day of fresh air, you'll welcome the great taste and substantial servings brought to your table.
If you are a fan of southern cuisine you may take a while making up your mind which of the great dishes to order - if you're there with a partner or party, why not choose different dishes and share!
From a New Orleans style seafood gumbo to Creole seafood Jambalaya; from slow smoked baby back ribs to a fried buttermilk chicken breast, and everything in between including side dishes offering mashed sweet potatoes and skillet baked rosemary cornbread - the House of Blues has a menu to tempt even the pickiest of eaters!
Located in the Barefoot Landing shopping, dining and entertainment complex the House of Blues Myrtle Beach couldn't be easier to find!
For those with mobility problems, the House of Blues is ADA compliant, but you should try and make a reservation 48 hours in advance if you specifically require a table in an area set out for the mobility impaired.
There is also a section of the car park which is specifically for visitors to the House of Blues who have mobility problems - however you must display your disabled parking permit, and normal car parking fees apply.
If you're in the North Myrtle Beach area, the House of Blues is an eating experience you shouldn't miss out on
About the Author
Gregg Gillies is a freelance writer with a passion for his favorite vacation spot - Myrtle Beach South Carolina and has put together a site - http://www.myrtle-beach-guide.com