Some describe Biscuits and Blues as hot biscuits and cool jazz. Others might say it’s got cool blues and hot food. Either way, this Union Square venue serves up the blues nightly and authentic Southern cuisine to accompany.
Over two decades, Biscuits and Blues has developed a reputation that reaches way beyond San Francisco.
Since 1995, this theater district location one block from Union Square has been the place for music lovers looking for a comfortable and intimate setting for enjoying live blues. Some 20 years later, Biscuits and Blues is recognized as one of the nation’s premier blues clubs.
Drinks, Dinner, Show
The doors open at 5:30 p.m. when a performance is scheduled, which is typically every night other than Monday and the occasional Sunday. Guests are always welcome for dinner and a show, or to watch the show without ordering dinner on Tuesday through Thursday evenings and on Friday and Saturday for the the 10 p.m. cocktail show. Dinner without show tickets is also possible.
A calendar filled with the performer lineup of headliners and special guests appears on the Biscuits and Blues website showing several weeks in advance. From Bay City Blues to Sunday Night Blues Revivals, the array of talent is well-known.
Call or book online to reserve tickets for the early show.
Biscuits and Blues offers San Francisco's best in national and regional blues acts while showcasing award-winning Southern cuisine.
From catfish to Creole jambalaya to crawfish etoufée and succotash on the side, delicious Southern-style specialties are featured on the Biscuits and Blues dinner menu. Save room for a side of the namesake basket of warm buttermilk biscuits served with honey and butter. But, watch out for tempting desserts such as key lime pie with graham cracker crust and warm Bourbon soaked bread pudding with chocolate caramel sauce and Chantilly cream.
Just one block from Union Square, on the doorstep of San Francisco theaters and hotels, Biscuits and Blues has an ideal location in the heart of the city.