A & R Bar-B-Que 24 N. Third at Court • 524-5242 Alcenia’s 317 N. Main • 523-0200 Alfred’s On Beale 197 Beale • 525-3711 Arcade Restaurant 540 S. Main • 526-5757 Automatic Slim’s Tonga Club 83 S. Second • 525-7948 BB King’s Blues Club 143 Beale • 524-5464 • bbkingclubs.com Inspired by an authentic Delta juke joint, this club at Second and Beale includes B.B. King photos and memorabilia, along with a reputation for fun, food, and music. Live music nightly with the world’s finest musicians, including the energetic solid rock, soulful, groovy house band, All Star Bands. Casual dining with a variety of Southern comfort food fused with flavors from around the globe. The lip-smacking BBQ ribs and white cheddar mac and cheese are legendary. Bach’s Lunch 50 N. Front • 432-2224 Bardog Tavern 73 Monroe • 275-8752 Beale Street Tap Room 168 Beale • 527-4392 Beale Street’s neighborhood bar, featuring 24 beers on tap and 22 in the bottle. Jukebox and pool table. Open late-night with great beer specials. Join the world-famous Mug Club. Mon–Fri 5pm–5am, Sat–Sun Noon– 5am. Big Ono Bake Shops 116 S. Front • 522-8999 Black Diamond 153 Beale • 521-0800 Blue Monkey Bar & Grill 513 S. Front • 527-6665 Blue Plate Cafe 113 Court Square South • 523-0332 Bluefin 135 S. Main • 528-1010 bluefinmemphis.com Bluefin serves “edge cuisine” — highly creative dishes that blend recipes from across the globe. Sit at a sleek sushi bar, in comfy lounge-style seating, or in oversized booths. Also, two private dining rooms with seating for large groups and a patio. Open for lunch Tue–Fri 11:30am–2pm. Dinner Mon– Thu 5pm–midnight, Fri–Sat 5pm–1am, Sun 5–10pm. Blues City Cafe 138 Beale •526-3637 • bluescitycafe.com Open early for lunch and late night for dinner. Dine in or carry out. Enjoy the best meal on Beale, from BBQ ribs and catfish to the best steaks in town. Live entertainment nightly in the Bandbox. Cadillac Room available for 10 or more. Featured on The Travel Channel’s “A Taste of America”, The Food Network’s “Bobby Flay Show”, Bon Apetit Magazine’s “BBQ Issue”, and Southern Living Magazine. Bluff City Coffee 505 S. Main • 405-4399 Bogie’s Deli 80 Monroe • 525-6764 Butcher Shop 101 S. Front • 521-0856 Cafe Napoleon 86 N. Main • 524-1848 Calhoun’s Sports Bar & Grill 115 G.E. Patterson • 528-8600 Capriccio Grill The Peabody Memphis 149 Union • 529-4199 Center for Southern Folklore 119 S. Main • 525-3655 southernfolklore.com At the Peabody Place Trolley Stop A place where delicious Southern specialties and live music make lunch a great experience. Showcasing the best regional music, books, and artwork. Coffee and beer bar features espressos, cappuccinos, milkshakes, and Southern and ethnic delicacies, such as Ella Kizzie’s homemade peach cobbler, greens and hot-water cornbread, and more. Smoke-free. Mon–Sat 11am–5pm. The Cheese Cake Corner 113 G.E. Patterson • 525-2253 Chez Philippe The Peabody Memphis 149 Union • 529-4188 China Restaurant 150 Jefferson • 527-3838 Circa by John Bragg 119 S. Main • 522-1488 Club 152 152 Beale • 544-7011 club152memphis.com Open daily 4pm–4am; opens at 11am in warm months. Three floors of fun! First floor: live dance music every night plus pizza, sandwiches, pasta, and salads. At Mustang Sally’s on level two, put some funk in yo’ trunk! Level three, “The Shades”, Memphis’s #1 upscale, open weekends only for members or by invitation, only. Court House Deli 22 S. Main • 527-2253 Coyote Ugly Saloon 326 Beale • 888-UGLY Cozy Corner Restaurant 745 N. Parkway • 527-9158 Crave Catering and Events 662 Madison • 526-1899 Crepemaker 175 Peabody Place • 522-1290 Currents 50 Harbor Town Sq • 260-3300 Denny’s 166 Union • 522-1304 Double Deuce Saloon 340 Beale • 527-9002 Dyer’s Hamburgers 205 Beale • 527-3937 Earnestine & Hazel’s 531 S. Main • 523-9754 You’ve got to see this historic bar! The famous Soul Burger sizzles for lunch 7 days a week. Lunch delivery of 4 or more available Mon–Fri for just $5 per burger. Tucked in the back of this storied building, the cozy, 16-seat 5 Spot restaurant serves fine dining fare accompanied by white tablecloths, candles, and a jazz jukebox. Bring your own wine! Open daily 11am–3am. Elliott’s Restaurant 16 S. Second • 525-4895 Encore 150 Peabody Place • 528-1415 Felicia Suzanne’s 80 Monroe, Ste L-1 • 523-0877 The 5 Spot 531 S. Main • 523-9754 Flying Fish 105 S. Second • 522-8228 Flying Saucer 130 Peabody Place at Second 523-PINT Frank’s Main Street Market and Deli 327 S. Main at Vance • 523-0101 Front Street Deli 77 S. Front • 522-8943 Memphis’s oldest delicatessen, since 1976. Breakfast served till 11am. Hot/ cold sandwiches, plate lunches, homemade desserts, and salads. Beer served. Sidewalk cafe. Mon–Fri 7am–2pm. George’s Coffee Shop 50 N. Third • 528-9713 Green Beetle Sports Bar 325 S. Main • 526-0383 Grill 83 83 Madison • 333-1224 Ground Zero Blues Club 158 Lt. George W. Lee • 522-0130 Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken 310 S. Front • 527-4877 Hamburgers and More 3 S. Main • 545-0048 Happy Mexican 385 S. Second • 529-9991 Harbor Town Coffee 111 Harbor Town Sq • 590-2815 Hard Rock Cafe 315 Beale • 529-0007 Harry’s Detour South Main 106 G.E. Patterson • 523-9070 Hooters Restaurant Peabody Place at Third • 523-9464 Huey’s Downtown 77 S. Second • 527-2700 The Inn at Hunt Phelan 533 Beale • 525-8225 Itta Bena Third Floor above B.B. King’s Blues Club 143 Beale • 578-3031 bbkingclubs.com Tucked away worlds apart from Beale Street, this exclusive, upscale restaurant is designed after the speakeasies of the ’20s, with an unmarked, discreet entrance. Itta Bena combines upscale Southern contemporary cuisine with a Delta influence. Enjoy an intimate signature martini in the private lounge. We’re a favorite with local and visiting celebrities … for obvious reasons. Join us. Dinner daily 5pm. King’s Palace Cafe 162 Beale • 521-1851 kingspalacecafe.com Live jazz and blues nightly. Home of championship gumbo. Dining and entertainment in the tradition that made Beale Street famous. Daily blackboard lunch specials, Memphis-style BBQ, étouffée, pasta, oysters, and specialty dishes, like our famous chicken pontalba. Lunch and dinner daily 11am–till. Kooky Canuck 97 S. Second • 578-9800 kookycanuck.com Locally owned in the heart of Downtown, award-winning Kooky Canuck provides a fun, unique dining experience for all ages! This comfortable lodge setting serves “Americana” food with a Canadian twist, including poutine, BBQ egg rolls, Glenna’s meatloaf, catfish, prime rib, veggie burgers, fried Cornish hens, skillet desserts, and the famous 4-lb Kookamonga burger — free if eaten in one hour! Table top s’mores, kids’ menu, private parties. Open daily 11am–1am; bar open until 2:30am. Kudzu’s Bar & Grill 603 Monroe • 525-4924 Lenny’s Sub Shop 22 N. Front • 543-9230 Leonard’s Barbecue 103 N. Main • 528-0875 Little Tea Shop 69 Monroe • 525-6000 Downtown workers have lunched here since 1918 for the best of Southern home cooking. Plate lunch standards include chicken pot pie, catfish, greens with hot sauce, black-eyed peas, and cobblers for dessert. Iced sweet tea is the authentic drink, and the decor, like the food, is homey and comforting in the middle of a stressful day. Works by local artists adorn the walls, adding to the feel of lunching in a cozy home. Mon–Fri 11am–2pm. MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and Treatery 150 Peabody Place • 522-1912 Magnolia Grille 250 N. Main • 527-7300 The Majestic Grille 145 S. Main • 522-8555 majesticgrille.com Home of the “Unforgettable Sunday Brunch” 11am–3pm. What began in 1913 as the Majestic Theatre is now a 1940s-style bar and grill, with an upscale, uniquely Memphis ambience and great food at reasonable prices, specializing in steaks, fresh seafood, flatbread creations, and gourmet burgers. Located one block north of the Orpheum. Watch the trolley go by on our lush patio, enjoy a signature martini, or gaze at the intricate theater ceiling while dining with friends … either way, you’ll enjoy great food and friendly service. Free wireless internet access. Open daily at 11am. Kitchen open late. Mama Katie’s Diner 662 Madison • 576-1502 Marmalade Restaurant & Lounge 153 G.E. Patterson • 522-8800 “Where the locals eat.” From neighborhood haunts to the best-kept dining secrets in town, the best Southern eatery offers grilled pork chops, Southern-prepared catfish and chicken, fresh garden vegetables, seafood gumbo, and peach cobbler. Accompanied by Memphis music, full bar, and free parking. Live jazz music with Prime Cut the last Friday of every month, 9pm–midnight. Dinner Tue–Thu 6–9pm, Fri–Sat 6pm– 1am. McEwen’s On Monroe 122 Monroe • 527-7085 Mesquite Chop House 88 Union • 527-5337 mesquitechophouse.com Offering delicious prime steaks and seafood with superb service. We proudly serve Prime Certified Angus Beef and offer an extensive wine list. Join us for lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch, or for cocktails whenever the mood strikes. Open daily. Lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. Miss Cordelia’s Grocery 737 Harbor Bend in Harbor Town 526-4772 • misscordelias.com Delicious sandwiches made to order, homemade daily soups. Fresh-baked breads. Authentic, fresh, fun dishes to enjoy at our table with a glass of wine, on the patio, or to go. Call for catering needs. Cordelia’s Table open daily 7am–9pm. Miss Polly’s Soul City Cafe 154 Beale • 527-9060 Authentic soul food heats up Beale Street! Fried chicken and waffles, homecooked vegetables like Mamma made, and all the down-home trimmings that make soul food a Southern tradition — all accompanied by soulful music from the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s. Open daily Mon–Thu 9am–midnight, Fri 9am–5am, Sat 7am–5am, Sun 7am–midnight. Molly Fontaine Lounge 679 Adams • 524-1886 Movie and Pizza Company 110 Harbor Town Sq • 527-2233 Ms. GG’s Home Cooking 288 S. Fourth • 527-0693 Neely’s Bar-B-Que 670 Jefferson • 521-9798 NYC Deli 40 Main, Ste 150 • 590-4515 Onix Restaurant 412 S. Main • 552-4609 On the River Seafood and More 51 S. Main • 522-0052 Orleans on Front 94 S. Front • 522-1475 Pa Pa Pia’s 83 Union • 521-4331 • papapias.com Pa Pa Pia’s is an authentic Italian restaurant serving family-recipe pastas, piccatas, saltimboccas, manicotti, and other traditional dishes. Open-fire pizzas and chocolate ricotta cheesecake are popular with Downtowners at lunch. Pa Pa Pia’s recipes came to the U. S. with Antonio LoSapio in 1901, and the family tradition continues today with operating partner Jim LoSapio making sure every dish is served in a way that would make his ancestors proud. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Peabody Deli & Desserts & The Corner Bar The Peabody Memphis 149 Union • 529-4000 Pearl’s Oyster House 299 S. Main • 522-9070 Pier Restaurant 100 Wagner Place • 526-7381 Pig on Beale 167 Beale • 529-1544 porkwithanattitude.com Memphis-style hickory-smoked BBQ. Everything is homemade and seasoned to taste. Pulled pork, mouth-watering ribs, smoked turkey sandwiches, and BBQ wings. Home of the BBQ Feast! Live Memphis blues and rock ‘n’ roll every weekend. Sun–Thu 11am–10pm, Fri–Sat 11am–till. Precious Cargo 381 N. Main • 578-8446 Quetzal Memphis 668 Union • 521-8388 Quizno’s 21 N. Main • 528-5000 Red Rooster Bar and Music Hall 140 Lt. George W. Lee • 521-1092 Rendezvous 52 S. Second • 523-2746 Renee’s Sandwich Shop 202 G. E. Patterson • 525-2963 Rio Loco 117 Union • 523-2142 Riverside Grill 694 Riverside • 527-3946 Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory 150 Peabody Place • 526-5050 Rum Boogie Cafe 182 Beale • 528-0150 • rumboogie.com Blue plate lunch specials, championship gumbo, BBQ ribs and chicken, and world-famous red beans & rice. A true Southern dining experience with nightly music featuring James Govan & the Boogie Blues Band. Full bar/casual dress. Memphis music memorabilia and more than 175 autographed guitars. Open daily 11am–2am. Rumba Room 303 S. Main · 523-0020 Russwood Park Sports Bar & Grill Inside Holiday Inn Select 160 Union • 525-5491 Safari World Tapas Bar 414 S. Main • 672-7339 Saigon Le 51 N. Cleveland • 276-5326 Sam’s Hamburgers and More 94 N. Main • 543-9977 Sauces 95 S. Main • 473-9573 Sawaddii Thai Restaurant 121 Union • 529-1818 Sekisui 160 Union • 523-0001
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