Sister to venues in Shoreditch and Brixton, Blues Kitchen Camden is one of our absolute favourites. Located on bustling Camden High Street, this is as much a delicious BBQ restaurant as it is a thriving bar and live music venue.
With expertly cooked chicken, burgers, BBQ ribs and catfish jambalaya jostling for air-time on the menu, this is certainly one for the ravenous. You can come for lunch or late-night dining throughout the week, or stop in for some brunch at the weekends.
A choice of craft beers, classic cocktails and bespoke bourbons is on the cards drinks-wise, and you can reserve your own booth to have cocktails delivered til 3am. Once you’re done at the table it’s over to the dance floor, where Blues Kitchen bring a packed out venue some infectious Rhythm and Blues tunes deep into the evening. It’s no wonder the venue pulls in such an eclectic crowd.
The famous Blues Kitchen stage has been graced by names like Seasick Steve, Pete Doherty, The Pretty Things and Mystery Jets – swing by soon and catch the next big thing while enjoying a fun-loving Camden night out.
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Make a booking to claim these offers below
|Free Friday Bubbly!||Grab some bubbles on us if you book a drinks table on a Friday! for 10 to 30 guests||
Friday 16:00 - 03:00
|Pint of Lager||£4.80|
|Pint of Real Ale||£5.00|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£4.50|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£4.75|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£6.75|
|Bottle of House Wine||£16.95|
|Bottle of Champagne||£30.00|
A word from the chef:
At the Blues Kitchen, authentic Soul Food is served direct to your booth (brunch is available on Saturday & Sunday). Get your chops round some BBQ Chicken, Gumbo, Jambalaya or tuck into the legendary Blues Kitchen Chilli. You could just as easily go for one of their epic burgers, served on a butchers block. Try their Buffalo chicken burger with blue cheese sauce at £10, or their 12 hour St Louis pork ribs at £14.50.
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