Dinner and a Show: La Nouba and House of Blues Team Up for Savings

On Tuesday through Saturday evenings, La Nouba by Cirque du Soleil and House of Blues are offering a dinner and show package! This opportunity gives a 25% savings on Category 2 seats for the 6:00pm performance. Dinner and one of the best shows I’ve ever seen for under $100? I’m game!

Cirque du Soleil La Nouba

Plus, you’ll enjoy a meal at House of Blues of an Appetizer, Entrée, Non-Alcoholic or Non-Specialty Drink, and a Dessert. Check out info on the Crossroads menu that debuted at House of Blues in December 2011 and see the Crossroads at House of Blues Dinner Menu here.

House of Blues Rack of Ribs

Booking Dates:
May 7, 2012 – June 30, 2012
Valid for 6:00 pm Shows Tues-Sat: June 1 – 30, 2012

Guests can book Dinner and a Show by calling 407-WDW-SEAT.

La Nouba Category 2 with HOB Dining Ages 10 & up: $99.00 + tax and gratuity
La Nouba Category 2 with HOB Dining Ages 3-9: $85.00 + tax and gratuity

Dining times:
Tuesday – Thursdays: Early and Late Dining available; Friday & Saturdays: Only Early Dining

Early Dining must be seated by 4:30pm. Late Dining will begin seating at 8:00pm. Dining time will be noted on the ticket.

House of Blues key lime pie

Dining Package Pick-Up:
To pick up your dining package information and tickets, you must go to the La Nouba Box Office in Downtown Disney. Your show tickets and a Meal Coupon for House of Blues will be in the package.

For the early Dining Package, arrive the La Nouba Box Office no later than 4:00pm. For the Late Dining Package, arrive at the La Nouba Box Office no later than 5:30pm.

Like I said, I’ve been to House of Blues and I’ve seen La Nouba — getting both for under $100 is a great deal. Anyone want me to tag along? ;-)


  1. Pudge the Fish says

    Wow, what a great idea. Makes you wonder why they haven’t tried something like this a long time ago with each of the West Side restaurants.

  2. says

    Jenn — I know; I think I’d probably take advantage of it, too. Maybe it will be so popular that it will be a permanent thing. Would also be great if they’d do it with other restaurants.

    Pudge — No kidding! I was thinking the same thing. Would love to do Raglan Road or Wolfgang Puck before the show as well.

  3. says

    What a great deal when you consider a meal alone at HOB for one person would run about 35-45 dollars for a meal ($20) drink ($3 – $5 for nonalcoholic) and dessert ($10). La Nouba is a great show (I’ve seen it twice) and there’s not a bad seat in the house! (except maybe the front row if you don’t like attention! Lol)

  4. Liz says

    I’ve eaten at HOB since they last changed their menu in December and it is not as good. They got rid of a lot of the old favorites (no more Voodoo Shrimp, they changed the recipe for the infamous cornbread, etc). I think this “deal” is an attempt to get more people into HOB. I used to love HOB and had been going there for years. With the new menu change I won’t be anymore. There are better food options at DTD that offer better food for less $ (Wolfgang Puck Express anyone?). :)

  5. Den Hunter says

    That’s a 200 dollar date if you don’t drink anything but water. Plus tip. Then travel, after show drinks…you are looking at 300 bucks for a couple WITHOUT wine! Cocktails at the Disney area put another 100 bucks at least on the ticket. Yikes…

    This is a tourist on vacation deal. Better off at a nice Winter Park restaurant, bottle of wine and maybe a film.

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