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3 Dishes for Spring at Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar
Mar 17 2021
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3 Dishes for Spring at Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar

Spring is coming, friends! After a long winter, you need to get out. Let your ears lead you to the happy tunes pumping out of Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar. While you’re here, grab some tasty, fresh treats and delicious beverages to wash it all down. Here are a few of our favorite Spring meals in Nashville served at the, one and only, Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar. Shrimp Po'Boy w/Abita Amber Lager As the weather turns toward Spring, we like to enjoy a Grilled Shrimp Po'Boy, “dressed!” When you ask for your po’boy “dressed” in Louisiana, the sandwich comes with tomato, lettuce, pickle, and mayo. We continue that tradition with this delicious sandwich. And of course, there’s nothing like a crisp Abita Amber Lager to quench our thirst and keep the good vibes going. French Quarter w/Picker’s Vodka Tonic w/Lime Stay fresh with a French Quarter Salad made with Romaine lettuce, shredd ...

4 Places to Get King Cake!
Jan 18 2021
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4 Places to Get King Cake!

One of our favorite times of the year has arrived – King Cake season! This sweet cinnamon pastry is covered with icing and splashed with the Mardi Gras colors we love – green, yellow, and purple. A little history lesson for you – the cake is the centerpiece of a historically Catholic celebration known as Epiphany which falls on January 6 and begins the Carnival Season running all the way to Fat Tuesday aka Mardi Gras! The idea is to get your fill of sweets in preparation for Lent, a time of fasting, which begins the day after Mardi Gras. To help you keep the spirit alive at home this year, we decided to set you up with a list of places in the Nashville area to order your own. Check it out below and celebrate! PS – Don’t forget to come to our very own Mardi Gras celebration, February 10-16. See more. Lilli Bella’s Cakes Located in Hendersonville, Lili Bella’s is known for their made from scr ...

To-Go in Nashville @ Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar
Nov 03 2020
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To-Go in Nashville @ Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar

Bring your favorite cajun flavors from Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar into your home when you order to-go or delivery! The amount you have cooked this year is record-breaking. Now, let us do the work so you can sit back and relax with one of our classic dishes like Chicken & Andouille Sausage Gumbo, Shrimp Po' Boy, or Fried Alligator Bites. To order online you can find us on all the apps! Click below for your favorite and have a piece of Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar at home tonight. Uber EatsDoorDashGrubhubPostmates

5 Differences Between Cajun & Creole Cuisine
Jun 19 2018
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5 Differences Between Cajun & Creole Cuisine

While Cajun & Creole are both staples of Louisiana cuisine, they often get unfairly lumped together. Sure, you’ll find us serving up both, but there are some key differences when it comes to this Southern fare. Check out these 5 differences you should know between Cajun & Creole cuisine!  1. City vs. Country     Sometimes, it’s about where you came from. In this case, Cajun food is associated with country Louisiana cooking, and Creole food is associated with city cuisine. When you think Creole, think New Orleans. Cajun, on the other hand, is more often associated with the Southwestern rural areas of Louisiana.   2. What They Mean     The term “Creole” was used to describe people who were born to French settlers in Louisiana, especially in the New Orleans area. As time went on, the term grew to encompass more and more individuals living in the area, not just descendants of the settle ...

4​ ​Secrets​ ​to​ ​Great​ ​Cajun​ ​Cooking
Sep 12 2017
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4​ ​Secrets​ ​to​ ​Great​ ​Cajun​ ​Cooking

Honestly, who doesn’t love Cajun food? Just take a stroll around any city in the US and you’rebound to stumble across at least one restaurant serving this mouthwatering fare. Whether it’s anauthentic jambalaya, hearty gumbo, or a succulent etouffee, it’s one of America’s most lovedflavors. However, it’s also one America’s most misunderstood foods.It is, without a doubt, the most distinct cuisine coming out of Louisiana and the South, and isinfluenced by a culture as complex as its dishes. True Cajun flavor is the result of Frenchsettlers adapting their European cooking methods and recipes to this new home, using a varietyof local natural resources now at their disposal. Because we consider ourselves an expert in thefield, we’d like to clear some things up, and give all y’all four incredible, not-so-top secrets togreat Cajun cooking. 1.​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​The​ ​Holy​ ​Trinity       ...

Thanksgiving Coupon @ Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar
Nov 16 2010
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Thanksgiving Coupon @ Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar

This year, like every year, we are thankful for YOU! Can't thank you enough for all the unforgettable moments over the past 25 years that continue to boogie in our heads. For the occasion, we thought it appropriate to give you a coupon for the next time you come in which we hope is real soon. The coupon is 15% off your meal (up to $16 & only for food). It will expire on December 31, 2020, so use it soon!   

Job Openings @ Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar
Apr 01 2009
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Job Openings @ Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar

Come work for the coolest bar in Nashville! At the moment we are hiring for barbacks and food runners. Please see below for the full job descriptions, and If interested please email bourbonstreetbluesbar@gmail.com. Barback Job Purpose: Before the bar opens, a Barback stocks the Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar's bar stations with liquor, straws, napkins and garnishes to prepare for service. During service hours, they clean up the bar, remove glasses and bottles, change kegs, refill ice bins, and restock bar stations. After the bar closes, a Barback helps bartenders with closing the bar, cleaning, removing garbage and restocking. Stocking the bar with liquor, syrups, glasses, napkins and other items before, during and after service. Preparing garnishes, refilling ice wells and changing beer kegs. Cleaning up spills, removing glassware and organizing the counter. Keeping the bar ...

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