Earlier this week, a new dining experience debuted at the Downtown Disney District in Anaheim. “Crossroads at House of Blues” features a new menu created by celebrity chef Aaron Sanchez.in the
Chef Aaron incorporated flavors from all over the world to create new signature dishes like shrimp and grits, short rib meatball sliders, hand stretched grilled flatbreads, chile braised short ribs and street tacos. But don’t worry, jambalaya fans! House of Blues favorites like jambalaya will remain on the menu alongside updated versions of guest favorites like cornbread, pulled pork sandwiches and signature burgers.
“House of Blues is all about music, love, art and spirituality,” said Chef Aaron. “In many ways, those are the same ingredients for great food and that’s exactly what I’ve tried to capture in the new menu for the Crossroads restaurants.”
Downtown Disney District guests can enjoy lunch and dinner seven days a week at “Crossroads at House of Blues” and breakfast Monday through Friday.
‘Crossroads at House of Blues’ Dining Experience Now at Downtown Disney District by Erin Glover: Originally posted on the Disney Parks Blog
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