If you would like to listen to lively songs while enjoying a delicious meal, head to one of the following restaurants where you're sure to experience an evening to remember:
Known for being off-the-beaten path, The Rustic features down-home offerings sourced from Texas ranchers and farmers. Local and national acts take to the stage almost nightly, and guests can enjoy their time inside or on the patio featuring twinkling lights and plenty of picnic tables. Meals include cedar plank fish, center-cut ribeye, and bone-in pork chops. All pair well with the craft beer or Texas spirit-driven cocktails.
Called the "Best Place to See Live Music," Table 13 offers vintage-inspired food in an upscale atmosphere from the 1960s. A grand piano sets the stage for a wonderful evening, and guests can enjoy performances Monday through Saturday. The waitstaff provides unparalleled service, and the restaurant comes complete with dim lighting and a photo wall at the entrance. Meals include lemon caper chicken, filet mignon, and lamb chops, which can be enjoyed with a glass of Dom Perignon.
House of Blues
Nestled just blocks from some of the city's biggest attractions, the House of Blues brings together the best art, live music, and American cuisine like no other place in the United States. The first House of Blues opened in 1992, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and today there are other locations in select cities throughout the country. Musicians entertain almost nightly, and Crazy Quilt curtains hang on every stage. In the kitchen, the chefs create an array of meals, and choices include baby back ribs, brisket tacos, and andouille sausage.
These are just a few of the restaurants near The Ashton. To call our community home, please contact us. We would love to show you firsthand all we have to offer.