Shantel Lounge Sunday Fish Fry With Live Blues and R&B

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Shantel Lounge, winner of our Best Barbecue Chicken and Best Open Mic Night awards also deserves recognition for their fried fish. Find out why for yourself this and every Sunday as they host their Sunday Fish Fry featuring live blues and real R&B. This past Sunday featured the music of former Harlem South (a.k.a. Overtown before the 95), Sir John Nightbeat (a.k.a. the hottest club in town) house band guitarist Treetop. He was followed by "Honey, Honey" hitmaker David Hudson himself.

The music was great, and the food was on point, here are some more pictures.

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