There’s no need to feel blue at Camden’s spirited soul shack, where food from America’s deep south, nightly live music & a bumper crop of bourbon combine to make a lively New Orleans-style night out. Drink & music take centre stage. Liquid enticements include cracking old fashioned & whisky sour cocktails, as well as milkshakes spiked with booze; aural stimulations comprise an impressive roll-call of bands (Seasick Steve & the Mystery Jets are past performers). Food is less impressive, though big booths, 1950s' memorabilia, neon signs & gingham wallpaper form an appropriate backdrop for a menu that will horrify calorie counters. Fatten up with buffalo wings & blue-cheese dip, seafood jambalaya, smoky barbecue ribs, or stacked pancakes with bacon & maple syrup for Sunday brunch.
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