The House of Blues has reinvented the Gospel Brunch -- a staple of Sunday morning family entertainment in Las Vegas. Kirk Franklin, the biggest-selling gospel music artist in the world, created the experience.
Franklin does not perform at the brunch, but he chose the choir that sings away the week's troubles.
"House of Blues' Gospel Brunch is an American institution, so I am honored to be working hand-in-hand with them to revitalize the experience for music fans of all ages," Franklin said. "This has really been a labor of love for me, and I'm excited for everyone to see what we've created."
Gospel Brunch's all-you-can-eat buffet menu includes Southern specialties like chicken and waffles, chicken jambalaya, plus breakfast favorites like omelets, scrambled eggs and bacon. Lunchtime traditions like oven-roasted turkey, prime rib, salads and desserts are also offered. And don't miss the Bloody Mary bar!
In addition to delicious food and drink, guests at the Gospel Brunch enjoy uplifting music that brings them to their feet, clapping and singing.