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Bobseesit Feb 19, 2009 09:43 AM

We have always looked forward to the House of Blues Gospel Brunch, not so much for the food (just so-so) but for the Gospel music. I see now that they are getting $40 for this which is twice as much as the HOB in Myrtle Beach. C'mon guys!!! I love the music but that much for that buffet is ridiculous.
I've looked on-line at the Jazz Brunches at Antoine's, Palace Cafe, and Commander's Palace. I'm sure we would enjoy any one of them having had dinner at them all in the past.
Is one any better than the other for the food/music combo, and are there any others we should take a look at for our visit in April (week before Easter).

  1. edible complex Feb 19, 2009 10:12 AM

    Marigny Brasserie w/The Pfister Sisters.

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      robrob Feb 19, 2009 10:23 AM

      I agree!

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        esyle Feb 20, 2009 11:42 AM

        Do you think reservations are needed?

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          edible complex Feb 20, 2009 11:44 AM

          if you can make them, then do so. when I've been, it has been packed. the bar is not a bad place to wait, but if you have a preferred time, reserve.

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        Bobseesit Feb 20, 2009 07:19 PM

        You've sold me. I was able to listen to some samples of the Pfister Sisters music and got a look at the Brunch menu. Looks great all around. And I will make reservations.
        Thanks for the suggestion.

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