B.B. King's Blues Club - Las Vegas

3400 Las Vegas Blvd. Las VegasNV89109

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Located at the Mirage, B.B. King's Blues Club is a supper club type of establishment complete with a Southern cuisine menu and nightly entertainment from the B.B. King All-Star Band with a full horn section. Live music is featured from 7pm to 1am with classic blues tunes. The restaurant itself is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
by worldweb on June 17, 2014 from worldweb

Editorial Reviews

THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED B.B. King's Blues Club Restaurant Review:
The concept of the Las Vegas dinner show is not dead. This supper club-style restaurant features live music nightly, with its nine-piece house band rotating in with booked groups and occasional performances from the King himself. The stage and dance floor are the focal point of this three-level venue, and seating for 550-plus and four full-service bars allow for options of front and center or a...
by gayot on March 13, 2013 from gayot
As theme restaurants go, you can do a lot worse, especially in Las Vegas where every hotel seems to have at least one. But when the theme is "the Blues" from legendary guitarist King and his contemporaries, and the down-home cooking is a perfect companion, you really should take notice. The menu encompasses a range of deep-South styles including items such as pulled-pork barbecue, po' boys,...
by frommers on January 17, 2012 from frommers
Vegas-chapter of a franchise the city's locals get good milage out of. Seventh of the joints named after the guitar great, who's got a home in the city himself. Small front lounge opens into a good-sized room with lots of bar seating and a big stage. An 11-piece house blues band plays nightly, with a menu that is heavy on the ribs and bread pudding--in other words, just plain heavy--is topped...
by blackbookmag on September 25, 2011 from blackbookmag

Information from the business

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