House of Blues Cleveland

The House of Blues Cleveland opened in 2004 and has been a local hot spot ever since. Part live music venue and part restaurant, it occupies the old Woolworth’s department store building at 308 Euclid Avenue. This puts it right in the heart of the downtown district and within close proximity of another Cleveland attraction that music enthusiasts won’t want to overlook while in town—the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

House of Blues Cleveland Menu

The House of Blues Cleveland restaurant, or Crossroads at House of Blues as it is officially known, offers a rather tempting menu that can satisfy a wide range of tastes. Much of the food is representative of Southern fare, but generally speaking, the cuisine could be classified as a mix of classic American and American fusion. It should also be noted that separate menus are used for lunch and dinner at the House of Blues Cleveland restaurant. These menus share many similar dishes, and regardless of whether it is lunch or dinner, guests can choose from an extensive array of appetizers, salads, sides, sandwiches, hamburgers, desserts, and other dishes. Kid favorites, such as macaroni and cheese and chicken tenders, are included on both the lunch and dinner menus, so it is easy to keep the little ones happy. Also worth noting in relation to the House of Blues Cleveland dining scene are the Sunday gospel brunches. These renowned feasts feature an all-you-can-eat Southern soul-food buffet and plenty of live gospel music.

House of Blues Cleveland Seating Chart

House of Blues Cleveland Seating Chart
House of Blues Cleveland Seating Chart

The largest event venue at the House of Blues Cleveland is the Music Hall. It has a total capacity of 1,200 and plays host to the biggest concerts. The Music Hall can also be used for private events, such as receptions and corporate meetings. The Music Hall seats all overlook the stage and a floor area that is generally used for standing and dancing. Since the Music Hall at the House of Blues Cleveland has limited seating, anyone who wishes to secure a seat for an upcoming show is encouraged to purchase their tickets as far in advance as possible. Complementing the Music Hall at the House of Blues Cleveland are smaller rooms that can be used for private events. There is also the option to rent out all of the available event space at the House of Blues Cleveland, in which case the total capacity would be 2,800 people.

House of Blues Cleveland Hotels

House of Blues Cleveland Hotels
House of Blues Cleveland Hotels

Thanks to its downtown location, the House of Blues Cleveland is close to a number of excellent Cleveland hotels. Within walking distance, for example, are the Holiday Inn Express Cleveland Downtown, the Bridgestreet at Six Six Eight, the Hyatt Regency Cleveland Arcade, the Renaissance Cleveland, the Marriott Cleveland Downtown at Key Center, and the Ritz-Carlton Cleveland. The list of nearby hotels doesn’t end there, and since the area accommodations offer plenty in the way of variety, travelers should have little trouble finding something that suits their taste and budget.

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