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Biscuits and Blues?

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Hey chowhounds,
Thinking of going to Biscuits and Blues with out of towners on Valentines Day. We're not looking for a formal, prix fix menu, so the casual atmosphere would be fine, actually probably preferred for these relatives. To reserve a table for 8:00 show, dinner is a requirement. What do you think? Culinary wonders not expected, just a good time. BTW, Lavay Smith and her Red Hot Skillet Lickers are the headliners.

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  1. I have never eaten there so I can't tell you about the food, but Lavay Smith and her Red Hot Skillet Lickers are always a blast!

    1. The food is tolerable if you get to see Lavay Smith and Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers. You'll have a good time.

      1. Food varies from visit to visit, though I find that the peppered brisket is good more often than not. My wife, the fried chicken aficionado considers B&B's on the good side of the spectrum. On the other hand, I've been disappointed by the jambalaya the couple of times I've had it.

        We like the namesake biscuits, but usually ask for regular butter with them, as we all (my whole family) find the default honey butter a bit *too* sweet.

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          Biscuits & Blues
          401 Mason St., San Francisco, CA 94102