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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Live on the Levee Restaurant/Band Pairings

Posted By on Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 11:15 AM

Like last year, Live on the Levee isn’t just about the music. According to a press release I received, the fest will also feature “The Sauce Café.” What’s that? Well, the email says: “Each Saturday night will offer patrons the chance to enjoy a three-course meal from a different favorite local restaurant. Local restaurants design the limited prix fixe menus especially for The Sauce Café.

The pairings of music and food are sometimes sensible, sometimes head-scratching – and at least in one case, kind of hilarious. See the results after the jump, and feel free to suggest your own band/grub matches for these shows (or anything else coming to town) in the comments.

July 5: Skybox Sports Bar and Grill paired with the neo-soul songs of Anthony Hamilton

July 12: Hwy. 61 Roadhouse and Kitchen southern-cooking paired with the country sounds of Lonestar

July 19: Portabella Restaurant and Catering paired with the world music beat of WAR

July 26: Mike Shannon's Steaks and Seafood paired with pop musicians OneRepublic

August 2: LoRusso's Cucina Italian cuisine paired with the bluegrass tunes of Rusted Root


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