It even has hooks for your purse on the bar my obsession. The bar stools are by far the cushiest in town, so plan to stay awhile. South of Beale - 361 South Main Street, 901 526-0388 If you want to have some seriously tasty food with your craft beer and cocktails, then South of Beale also known as S. King, Tina Turner, and Aretha Franklin went there seeking solace. The wine list is expansive and they pour Peroni on draft. You damn near need a life jacket. Colby Jones has created a stellar cocktail menu that should be tried from top to bottom.
And be sure to behave. The bartenders are excellent and attentive and are very welcome to guests and regulars alike. The room is like a shotgun style house, exposed brick walls with a terrific patio out back that is enclosed during the winter. The bar itself is really nice. Martin de Porres Shrine Chapel Hours Brunch Hours: Sunday: 12pm - 3pm Soft drinks, iced tea, coffee, one mimosa and dessert included in regular price. Live music starts around 6pm-7pm and enhances conversation rather than drowning it out.
If not, however, the jukebox will never let you down. Memphis -- as you're probably aware -- is the home of the blues. The Silly Goose - 100 Peabody Place, 901 435-6915 With the feel of a sleek lounge, Silly Goose is a popular bar in the middle of downtown that offers bar seating, lounge seating, a patio, and a dance floor. Winter hours November 1 through March 14 are 6:00 a. That door has been witness to bankers and real estate tycoons brokering deals.
As one might expect, Memphis boasts a thriving local music scene that goes far beyond the blues with a wide array of dive bars, dance clubs, casinos and gay bars. To tobacco enthusiasts throwing off their daily troubles with a long smoke. Whether you need to stop in for a quick drink or want to stay for hours — we promise you will feel right at home. Some places offer more novelty of ambiance than great service, but whatever the attraction is, these establishments keep people coming back for more. Once the crowds and kids clear out, the Lobby Bar becomes a swank, upscale spot to grab a drink. In the ranks of Memphis's most famous nightspots, B.
Very filling along with other bar food favorites. Plan your night with the Memphis. Located in the heart of Memphis's nightlife scene the corner of Third and Beale , Alfred's is one of those places that you need to stop in if you plan on telling people you visited Memphis. For now, enjoy a selection of handcrafted cocktails Pisco 75! Max's is open from 4:30 p. It's not big and it was full, but somehow we managed to find a table.
And after a few cocktails, the Stoner Pie is a must. In the past, they've also held pizza and pitcher deals, all-day happy hours, beer busts, thirsty Thursdays, and bottle cap bingo. Cooper-Young Four bars to choose from and frozen drinks galore Railgarten is made up of four areas: a ping pong bar, a diner, an ice cream shop, and a big backyard of your dreams. They actually have a patio too! Find Everything You're Looking for in Downtown Memphis Want to find the perfect restaurant, a place to buy shoes, art galleries, or a place to park? Sundays during Advent and Lent: 9:45 a. I've never counted, but there are plenty. Come spring, the patio, which is enclosed by shipping containers and features another full bar, will be the place to be.
The bartender and chef were very attentive, even though there was a moderate crowd. The beer selection is pretty stellar hello, Fat Tire on tap for such a small place, but that's all that Calhoun's serves. For years, Hollywood Raiford entertained Memphians in a huge old building on Vance, just south of the central business district downtown. The bartenders are experienced, helpful, and creative. Silky's is also a great place to catch some local bands and later in the evening, the dueling piano show. This place will stay on my list every time we come to Memphis! Stumbled here because Beale Street got old after a night and I wasn't disappointed with Max's.
East Memphis Upscale digs and marvelous handcrafted cocktails The flagship restaurant of renowned chefs Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman has a fantastic bar and beautiful patio with a fireplace. The food is surprisingly good, better than you would think, Especially the sandwiches. For me, cons are clearly the food, no iced tea, and iffy value. We needed a place, within walking distance, to watch a game. If you're looking for a small place to go watch the game this is a good spot.
Check out the basement for a cozy live music room. You can take the Kookamunga Challenge, which involves your table finishing a ten-pound burger in under one hour. Luckily, we met an amazing bartender who told us about this little local love that was only two blocks away. I really, really love this bar because they are one of the few which is completely covered with Memphis swag. If you would like to continue with our optimal website experience, you don't need to make any changes. They also have several beers to choose from, including Bud Light Raz-ber-itas. Wash it all down the best brunch cocktail deal in Memphis.