We've only eaten the House of Blues the one time. But we did have the chicken that one time, so maybe this is pertinent: According to a press release sent out this morning, the restaurant portion of the Dallas music venue--as well as all its sister locations across the nation--will make the switch to using cage-free chicken eggs all the time.
Which is pretty significant, I guess, because, according to the press release, House of Blues nationally uses more than two million eggs per year in preparing its weekly gospel brunch festivities? Cluckin' nuts, right?
Anyway, it all becomes effective at the turn of the new year, so anyone really jonesing for some caged hen eggs better scoot on over to Victory Park ASAP...
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