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House of Blues Anaheim

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Feeling blue? Turn that frown upside down at House of Blues in Anaheim. Located in the middle of the exciting Downtown Disney, it is the perfect venue to catch a drink, a great meal some live entertainment. For those looking for a quick pick-me-up, happy hour might just hit the spot.

Monday through Friday from 2:00 pm until 5:00 pm and everyday from 10:00 pm to 1:30 am, patrons can wonder in to take advantage of some of the food and beverage specials offered on the happy hour menu.

Need to wet the whistle? Sip on an ice cold Bud Light for $5 or a Blue Moon, Stella or other craft beers on tap for $6. For $7 house wine and specialty happy hour cocktails are up for grabs. Be sure to ask the bartender what cocktails are available that day, but some popular House of Blues cocktails worth throwing down the hatch are the Green Gator, the Southern Halo, the Blues Mobile and the Pink Lemonade.

Stop drunken obnoxiousness in its tracks and absorb some of that fire water with some grub. Luckily, the happy hour menu offers an awesome selection of food. Got $5? Then choose from the Cornbread with maple butter, the Crossroads Quesadilla or the House of Blues Queso Dip. For $6 the Street Tacos, Chicken Tenders and Pulled Pork Sliders are available. Angus Sliders, Pesto Tomato Flatbread, Chicken Wings and Spinach Artichoke Dip are offered for $7. Additional offerings include the Voodoo Shrimp for $13, the Spicy Sausage Flatbread for $14 and the Cheeseburger for $11.

No more singing the Blues, get to happy hour and get happy. Whether on the patio or situated inside amongst the Jazzy décor, the House of Blues in Anaheim is a fun hangout and even more fun during happy hour!

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