Soak up bluesy beats and bites with today’s Groupon. For $10, you’ll get $25 worth of tunes and tastes at Blues on Blake Supper Club. This LoDo eatery, styled after '40s and '50s New York and Chicago supper clubs, won Best New Blues Club on Westword.
Rich accents (a fireplace flanked by cozy sofas, dark wood beams, exposed brick and stone walls, and literal affluent accents sported by servers) cast a lodge-like vibe. Start with crab cakes, sided with pear fennel slaw and saffron aioli for dipping. Dinner entrees include a six-ounce filet mignon with smoked potato ragout, bordelaise, and asparagus; grilled salmon with monchego pepper bisque, wild rice, and asparagus; and a crab cake po' boy with lettuce, tomato, saffron aioli, pear fennel slaw, and french fries. Food prices range from $8 to $22.
Pair your food with a glass of Blake Supper Club's big red wines, get bottle service in the side lounge, or use your Groupon toward happy hour from 4-7 p.m. everyday. You can also catch live blues in the Blues Cellar Lounge Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. From soulful Sammy Mayfield, to the Americana sounds of the Clam Daddys, the list of upcoming artists is ever changing. View the upcoming calendar here. Blues is open Wednesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m., and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Great place. I know nothin about the food, but the band(s) is/are awesome and the atmosphere is great. – Mary, Urbanspoon
- Modeled after the '40s and '50s supper clubs of New York and Chicago, with candles on the tables and steaks, fish and wine on the menu, the dark, cozy Blues provides the perfect backdrop for the fine local blues acts it showcases three nights a week. – Denver Westword
One reviewer on Urbanspoon writes that even though "I know nothin about the food," she still loves Blues on Blake. For prospective eaters like this reviewer, here's a quick guide to what food is:
- Food, also called "chow" or "Seward's folly," must be eaten at least once every 90 days but not more than thrice a season to ensure proper nutrition.
- Some side effects of food include temporary sadness-displacement and food "poisoning," which occurs when food is eaten through non-mouth holes.
- Food can come from plant or animal sources, though scientists are working on a way to create food out of wishes.
- Animals also need to eat food, and they may attempt to steal yours unless a preemptive zoo visit/screaming frenzy warns them not to.
- If you can swallow it, it's food.
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