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Crossroads at House of Blues - Chicago

Restaurants, Soul and southern American River North
Photograph: Courtesy of House of Blues House of Blues Back Porch Stage interior

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Go preshow, postshow or without seeing a show at all—the House of Blues’s restaurant is, in some ways, a show in itself. On Sundays, the AYCE brunch is accompanied by a gospel band. And on every other day, the vibrant folk art on the walls provides eye candy. The menu serves Southern staples, and while bowls of gumbo are underwhelming, the corn bread with maple butter is the best sweet in the house.



Address: 329 N Dearborn St
Cross street: between Kinzie St and Lower Wacker Dr
Transport: El stop: Red to Grand; Blue, Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple (rush hrs) to Clark/Lake. Bus: 29, 36, 62.
Price: Average main course: $14
Opening hours: Lunch (Mon–Sat), dinner
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