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House of Blues Brunch

Brunch is probably my favorite meal to go out for, and Disney Springs has some hidden gems in the brunch department. House of Blues offers weekend brunch with one of the best deals on property, bottomless mimosas! 

If you’re up for it, House of Blues offers a laid back atmosphere with live music for brunch. It is available Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 2pm, with the full menu available after 12pm. We were sat in the back room where we couldn’t see the stage but could hear it and it was a great vibe! 

Bottomless mimosas and coffee were the popular choice for beverages, but they also offer a variety of brunch cocktails and other options.

Bottomless mimosa!
We were a party of 8 and hungry, so we started with an order of nachos from the lunch menu and they were a HUGE portion, so glad we had a lot of people to share them with. 
BBQ Nachos - Four cheese sauce, avocado, roasted corn salsa, pickled red onion, tomato, Memphis BBQ sauce, cilantro crema, cotija cheese. Chicken, Brisket or Pulled Pork available
We tried a variety of entrees, some from the brunch menu and some from the lunch menu.  We enjoyed the variety of options available and everyone was satisfied with their choices.  While the Chicken 'n' Donuts was tasty, I didn't think they compared to Homecomin's.  However, at $18 at House of Blues, they are a much better value with Homecomin' charging $32 for their version. 
Tennessee Toast - country toast, avocado smash, roasted corn salsa, clover honey, sea salt
Smoked Brisket Sandwich - roasted garlic & herb aioli, crispy onions,
garlic butter, brioche bun. Served with French fries
Chicken 'n' Donuts - buttermilk-fried chicken, maple-bacon donuts, bourbon & maple syrup, honeyed sriracha sauce, brown butter powder, chives
BBQ Bacon Burger - double patty, brioche bun, cheddar cheese, Applewood bacon, crispy onions, Memphis BBQ sauce. Served with French fries
Jambalaya - sautéed chicken, andouille sausage, onion, bell pepper, celery, Cajun rice
Overall there was a great variety on the menu and the prices were very reasonable by Disney standards, ranging from $15-$23 per entrée.  Portions were satisfying and everyone left stuffed.

Maci Schau
Maci is an avid foodie and loves trying out new restaurants and seasonal food offerings in the parks.  You can email Maci at maci@kingdomkonsultant.com.

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