What a great brunch with Gospel music performed! The brunch was very good, with the hot items hot and cold items cold that served that many that quickly!! Highly recommended!!!
A great venue to see a concert. We were in the balcony and could see everything. Four levels and three with a bar. A very well maintained structure despite the crowds. The staff was very friendly. The only negative was that the sales girl in the shop was just a little too hip for her own good.
What a cool and unique venue. This is a great location in the heart of Chicago. I'd suggest to drink before going because the drinks were overpriced beyond expression. It cost $11 for a 24 oz can of Miller Lite. Save your money and go out after!
My wife and I attended the Sunday Gospel Brunch. The place opens at 10am and everyone runs to get in and it was sold out this past Sunday. Everyone rushes in and they seat you in a orderly fashion and then everyone runs to the buffest to beat the crowd. They have 5 stations and to my amazement it moves... More
Good music, good drinks and food. Good place to have a beer and relax with the incredible concerts, such as kings of leon.
I have heard about the gospel brunch for a long time and visited the website which made it sound like a spirited, fun time for a Sunday morning. Looking forward to a day trip out of town, a friend and I made plans to travel by train to the HOB gospel bunch. We had reservations for the 12:30 PM show.... More
I don't care what religion you are, this is the best way to spend a Sunday morning. You will leave feeling really good and having had a fun time. And the food is really pretty awesome too! I try to make this part of my trip every time I head up to Chicago because it means that much to me.... More
Visited the restaurant at House of Blues Chicago with a friend while the band both of our husbands work for were setting up to play upstairs. It took a LONG time for our server to get to us. At least 15/20 minutes. He was friendly, and really polite but the service here was pretty slow. It is also pricey for... More
We booked the Gospel Brunch for the 10:00 first show. While there were people filling the lobby waiting to be let in, there were no obnoxious crowds pushing and shoving. We did arrive hungry so the wait was difficult but well worth it. Like most buffets, there was plenty of food and lots of choices. I have never had chicken... More
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