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Houses of Blues Launches New Mouthwatering Menu Items


1490 Buena Vista Dr.
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 (407) 934-2583

House of Blues Orlando, known for its unique live entertainment and events and mouth watering menu offerings, is proud to announce that it has launched new menu items that are sure to tantalize taste buds and make music in mouths everywhere.

Available now, House of Blues’ new menu is taking center stage with a culinary set list of new appetizers, flatbreads, sandwiches and burgers, entrées and cocktails, joining fan favorites and crowd pleasers from its popular Southern-inspired menu.

“We are excited for guests to try our new menu, and we are truly proud of the work that the House of Blues’ executive culinary team put into each item,” said Jason Petrina, General Manager, House of Blues Orlando. “Our very talented team methodically crafted a selection of made-from-scratch dishes that stay true to the menu’s signature flavor profiles, while introducing both new and familiar ingredients that complement favorites. We are confident that this new menu will be an instant hit!”

House of Blues new menu features:

Appetizers:

-BBQ Brisket Nachos: Slow-smoked BBQ brisket, house-cut tortilla chips, aged cheddar, avocado, roasted corn salsa, red onion, cotija cheese

-HOB Wings Served Three Ways: Texas BBQ Wings – with crispy onion, cilantro, ranch dressing; Nashville Style – with B&B pickles, blue cheese dressing; and Buffalo - with slaw, shaved habanero, blue cheese dressing

-Double Dip Deux: Pimento dip and avocado salsa with house-cut tortilla chips

Flatbreads:

-BBQ Chicken: Memphis sweet BBQ sauce, mozzarella and gouda, cilantro, smoked pulled chicken, cilantro crema, pickled red onion

-Margherita: Roasted garlic, mozzarella, balsamic tomato, basil and feta

Sandwiches and Burgers:

-The Yardbird: Bourbon-butter-brushed fried chicken breast, with slaw, buffalo aioli and dill pickles, also available simply grilled

-Impossible Burger: Built 100 percent Vegan with Impossible™ burger patty, American cheese, shredded romaine, secret sauce and dill pickle chips


New Entrees Include:

-Country Fried Steak: USDA Prime flat iron steak, served with andouille country gravy, roasted garlic mashed potatoes and herb salad

-Smoked Chicken: Half bird served with BBQ beans, slaw, B&B pickles, southern street corn, jalapeño cheese cornbread and a medley of signature sauces


Cocktails:

-Risky Whiskey: Woodford Reserve bourbon, Luxardo Sangue Morlacco, lemon, orange, simple syrup

-South of Manhattan: Buffalo Trace bourbon, Sazerac rye, Luxardo Sangue Morlacco, Martini & Rossi sweet vermouth, Peychaud’s bitters, Luxardo cherry, lemon

-Strawberry Fields: Captain Morgan spiced rum, Disaronno amaretto, strawberry, passion fruit, mint, lime

-Royal Orleans: Crown Royal Apple whiskey, ginger, lime, mint

-Dark Night: Gosling’s dark rum, Fuji apple, lemon, simple syrup, hibiscus, mint, ginger beer

-All Night Long: Hendrick’s gin, Cointreau, raspberry, lemon, mint, simple syrup

-Black & Blues: Ketel One Botanical Cucumber & Mint vodka, cucumber, blackberry, lemon, simple syrup


House of Blues Orlando is the city’s premier destination for top entertainment, delicious food and beverages and fun for all guests. 

Surrounded by touches of contemporary and traditional southern art, House of Blues offers the best of what the area has to offer, from flavorful signature dishes, inspired cuisine and specialty drinks, to free live entertainment and top local and national acts.

For more information on House of Blues Orlando, please visit www.HouseofBlues.com/Orlando, or call 407-934-2583.

Founded in 1992, the 11 House of Blues are located throughout the United States and form the country’s pre-eminent group of intimate music venues. Each features state-of-the-art sound and lighting technology in one-of-a-kind custom designed environments aimed to bring fans as close as possible to the artists.

Every location’s restaurant and bar is adorned with signature original folk-art – part of the world’s largest collection – combined with the House of Blues legendary hospitality and tantalizing southern-inspired cuisine.

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Melting Pot : Dip into Summer

7549 W Sand Lake Rd.
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 903-1100

Some of my first childhood dining memories began at the The Melting Pot. The first Melting Pot opened in April 1975 in Maitland, Florida and served only three items on its menu. With permission from the original owners, Mark, Mike and Bob Johnston opened The Melting Pot of Tallahassee in 1979. As the restaurant expanded its franchise, the menu grew larger. In 1985, the Johnston brothers purchased all rights to the Melting Pot brand.

Sadly, on June 1, 2008, the original location in Maitland closed, but there were already enough additional Melting Pot locations to replace the original one. My family has always been very fond of fondue, and that is why I have always been a big fan of The Melting Pot.

I mean who can refuse a relaxing four course experience that begins with a cheese fondue prepared table side with artisan bread and vegetables for dipping and a fresh salad while your entree pot heats up followed by a decadent chocolate fondue as the finale?

If you love The Melting Pot as much as I do, you may not think things could get any better, but I must warn you, the all new "Dip Into Summer" special is rather awesome. I always order my fondue with the oil for frying...call it a southern thing if you will, but the Old Bay seasoned broth for boiling with this limited time offer has me rethinking my position.


In addition to a ridiculously good BBQ brisket cheddar fondue, the all new “Dip Into Summer” special features pacific white shrimp, scallops, lobster & shrimp ravioli, andouille sausage and succulent crab claws.

Instead of oil for frying, this special is prepared with an Old Bay seasoned cooking broth that features fresh corn on the cob, red potatoes and andouille sausage.

The BBQ Brisket Cheddar fondue was outstanding. It features chunks of savory smoked barbecue brisket, medium sharp cheddar and Emmenthaler Swiss cheeses with fresh tomatoes and scallions. The usual dipping items of various breads, green apples and a vegetable assortment are included with this as well.

I'm not usually a fan of wedge salads, but this was quite tasty. A crisp iceberg wedge is served with sliced Roma tomatoes, Gorgonzola cheese, hardwood smoked bacon and peppercorn ranch dressing. 

The Summertime Sipper is a perfect drink for this time of year. One sip and you will feel like you are at the beach relaxing. This cocktail contains fresh watermelon and cucumber with Malibu rum and fresh lime juice to create a refreshing cocktail you’ll want to sip all summer long.

For all the beer drinkers out there, the Melting Pot has you covered as well. This refreshing beer flight from Sam Adams Summer Ale and Lemonade, features Black Cherry Blush, Ruby Red Crush & Lively Lemon flavors in 7oz servings. Each flavor also available in full 12oz size.

Last, but certainly not least, is the Banana Split Chocolate Fondue. This dessert combines all the flavors of a classic banana split into a decadent milk chocolate fondue with cherries on top.

The summer menu is available now through July 31st and also includes options to add a lobster tail and 4 more crab claws for an additional charge.

I really enjoyed this dining experience and taking a detour from my normal fondue selections. If you love summertime, seafood, cool cocktails and great fondue, then head to your nearest Melting Pot before this special ends.

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