Take a Trip Down South, to S. Pearl St. in Denver
If you live in Denver, you don’t have to drive far in order to feast on some spicy Southern cajun food and listen to live blues. Tucked away on the corner of S. Pearl St. and Buchtel Blvd. is an unassuming tavern known as Lincoln’s Roadhouse.
Started by Jimbob, a gregarious, smiling man who brought his southern roots to Colorado, replanting them on S. Pearl St., Lincoln’s Roadhouse is a spot where people can enjoy some of that southern blues and spice.
Voted Best Blues Club in 2011, this road house is a mecca for blues players and listeners from all ends of the U.S. Live music can be heard Fridays and Saturdays at 9:30 pm, Sunday at 3:30pm, Boa Blues Jam on Tuesday, and an open mic on Wednesdays.
This New Year’s Eve join the crowd at Lincoln’s for a night of music by the Delta Sonics. $10 covers party favors and a midnight champagne toast. For a southern experience this weekend, enjoy music by the Katfish Kray Blues Band this evening, the 28th of December. Pair the music with a bowl of Jambalaya, fried pickles and mushrooms, or a New Orleans style Po-Boy, and you will be singing the blues with an accent from down south.
Catch Jimbob at 1201 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210 – 303-777-3700