Crossroads at House of Blues Aaron Sanchez Crossroads at House of Blues

Crossroads at House of Blues

225 Decatur St. (Iberville St.)
New Orleans, LA 70130
Cuisine: American /
Crossroads' menu features all-American comfort food.
Openings: Lunch Mon.-Sat., Dinner nightly


Crossroads at House of Blues Restaurant Review:

Crossroads' all-American line-up features burgers, mac ‘n’ cheese, club sandwiches, jambalaya, ribs, steaks and some typical bar food appetizers (quesadillas, sliders, flatbreads, soups). The food is good, but not terribly imaginative, and neither is the wine list. Still, this spot accommodates those seeking comfort fare before a HOB performance. On a balmy day or night, the place to sample all this is the big, bustling courtyard of the Voodoo Lounge, flanked with booths and fronted with a bar that never seems to stop rocking. If Crossroads has one taste worth returning for, it’s definitely the molten chocolate cake.

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