The real House of Blues in Cambridge holds Gospel brunches with good food as well as spiritual music. That rehearsal has now been instituted at their new Boston venue, on Lansdowne Street near Fenway. Viewers had the chance to check out the Gospel brunch they were very delighted with the experience.
People definitely should check out their Gospel brunch.
Brunch may seem a bit pricey at 45 dollars per adult and twenty five dollars for children aged 4 to10. But they should suppose that the price includes the all you can eat buffet, live gospel performance, coffee, tea, juice, tax and gratitude. So when everything is believed, the price seems much more logical.
The brunch is held in their major event hall, which is over 10 times as big as the old Cambridge location, and has an ability of about 24 hundred people. There are 2 levels of balconies in the hall and a lot of eclectic art work on the walls, a dominant portion which comes from the Cambridge venue. In spite of its larger size, it still gets an intimate feeling and should be a very cool location for concerts. It starts at 11:30am, and viewers receive an assigned seat at among the long, rectangular tables which holds 12 people.