Lou’s Blues

Tuesday 10 April, 2018

Lou's Blues - North Indialantic - 2 Stars.
It is with great sadness and a heavy heart I write this review. I have known Lou for the better part of 25 years. He is a trailblazer in the hospitality Industry in Brevard County. He created the original Dos Amigos, Moo's Soft Serve and of course the eponymous Lou's Blues. Lou saw an opportunity and purchased the Dragon Lady restaurant then bar that stood here for 40 years. He revamped and remodeled Lou's Blues into the hip, cool, edgy joint it is today. At this point you may be asking, "hey Big Boy why all of the accolades but still 2 Stars?" The answer is simple. If you want to come to a smartly designed bar with awesome bands this is 5 star all the way. We came on a Wednesday evening. The very awesome and talented Revered Billy Wirtz was playing the keyboard and laying down great tunes. We sat down and waited an agonizing 17 minutes to order a drink. The drinks were weak and sad. Compared to the cost I was floored. It was another 14 minutes before we could place a food order. I tried to ask the server some questions but she was having none of it. I ordered the grouper slider and avocado toast. Okay, my date ordered the avocado toast. My sliders were served a blanc with zero execution or technique. The fish was like rubber and unappetizing. I had one bite and spit it into my napkin. Not sure if this was an isolated incident or the laziness of the kitchen after 20 plus years of operating. If you come here for a positive vibe and great music this is the place. Just know the drinks are weak and the food I consumed was not good. Sadly, Big Boy says No!!!