Memphis Restaurants

Memphis Restaurants

Memphis Restaurants don’t get as much publicity as New Orleans and that’s a shame. The city offers hungry travelers a gold-plated list of soulful dining options. As the gateway metro area connecting Tennessee to both Arkansas and Mississippi, Memphis borrows from all three states to forge its reputation as one of the best destinations for Soul Food and Barbecue. As you’ll soon discover, family restaurants deserve the credit for making Memphis barbecue award-winning and famous. Though lesser known nationally, Soul Foodies have also reached nirvana in the city where Dr. King and other Civil Rights leaders broke bread with collard greens on the side. All though we lost Isaac Hayes Soul Food Kitchen and others, you can write your own culinary history at Memphis restaurants.

Neely’s Bar-B-Q
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant

B.B. King Blues Club
DESCRIPTION: Nightclub and Restaurant

Zora’s Lounge
DESCRIPTION: Lounge and Coffeehouse

Alcenia’s
DESCRIPTION: Cafe

Rum Boogie Cafe
DESCRIPTION: Cafe

Marmalade
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant and Lounge

Earnestine & Hazel’s
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant

Four Way
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant

Bar-B-Q Shop
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant

Fish Net
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant

Gay Hawk
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant

Neely’s Interstate Bar-B-Q
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant

A&R Bar-B-Q
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant

D’do’s Wings ‘n More
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant

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