Memphis Downtowner September/October 2016 : Page 18

DINING GUIDE 99 Cents Soul Food Express 414 S. Main • 901-207-5124 Agave Maria Kitchen & Cantina 83 Union • 341-2096 Alcenia’s 317 N. Main • 523-0200 100 S. Main • 577-7743 197 Beale • 525-3711 540 S. Main • 526-5757 arcaderestaurant.com Memphis’s oldest cafe is on the trolley line in historic South Main arts district. Glowing neon signs and 1920s archi-tecture transport to the past, but pesto, feta, and walnut pizza bring taste buds to the present. Country ham, sweet-potato pancakes, hot plate lunches, cheeseburgers and fries, specialty sandwiches, pizzas. Family-owned for three generations, listed as a historic landmark, and featured in many movies. Private dining room. 7am–3pm daily, Thu–Sat 7am–11pm. 662 Madison • 433-9980 arepaandsalsa.com Bienvenido! The only authentically Ven-ezuelan restaurant in Tennessee serves made-from-scratch food, crafted from old family recipes. Choose from tradi-tional arepas stuffed with meat and fresh vegetables, sweet-corn-pancake cachapas, and tostones sandwiched between plantains. The Venezuelan hamburger is a unique specialty, along with UFOs and the popular Gold Peak sweet tea. Cold beer, hot times, and love at first bite! Open Mon.–Thu. 11:30 a.m.–9 p.m., Fri.–Sat. 11:30 a.m.–10 p.m., Sun. closed. 83 S. Second • 525-7948 143 Beale • 524-5464 Aldo’s Pizza Pies Mid-South’s finest European-style tavern atmosphere for the 21 and older crowd. Featuring “hot-wing rolls” and everything from burgers to prime rib. Full bar offers a fine selection of single-malt scotches, high-end bourbons, and tequilas. Extensive list of domestic and imported beers. Sip into Wednesday Wine Night Downtown: 1/2-price wine (champagne excluded). Open daily 11 a.m.–3 a.m. Dorothy Mae’s Cafe 333 Beale • 523-2344 124 G.E. Patterson • 335-0251 205 Beale • 527-3937 531 S. Main • 523-9754 earnestineandhazelsjukejoint.com The country’s best dive bar is rooted in Memphis — along with the greatest jukebox and nationally incomparable Soul Burger. Frequented by locals and celebrities alike, E&H is more than just a cool juke joint; it’s the history of Memphis, hopping in a 1930s building with ghosts, legends, and the music and menu to make it one of Downtown’s most storied places to be. Ragged but right. Mon.–Fri. 5pm–3am, Sat. 11am–3am, Sun. 5pm–3am. 83 Madison • 333-1224 630 Madison • 748-5422 80 Monroe • 523-0877 111 Jackson • 522-2033 Hooters Peabody Place at Third • 523-9464 77 S. Second • 527-2700 hueyburger.com Celebrating 45 years of blues, brews, and burgers. Voted “Best Burger in Memphis” since 1984. Delicious sandwiches, salads, and housemade soups. Shoot frill picks into the ceiling, and write on the walls! Live music every Sunday night, 8:30pm. Open Sun–Thu 11am–2am, Fri–Sat 11am–3am (kitchen closes one hour ear-lier). Additional locations: 1927 Madison, 4872 Poplar, 1771 N. Germantown Pkwy, 2130 W. Poplar, 7825 Winchester, 7090 Malco Blvd. in Southaven. 145 S. Second • 578-3031 Double J Smokehouse & Saloon Dyer’s Hamburgers HUEY’S DOWNTOWN EARNESTINE & HAZEL’S Alfred’s On Beale Blue Note Bar & Grill Blue Plate Cafe Bluefin 341-345 Beale • 577-8387 113 Court Square South • 523-0332 135 S. Main • 528-1010 138 Beale • 526-3637 505 S. Main • 405-4399 80 Monroe • 525-6764 150 Monroe • 525-0883 152 Madison • 572-1813 341 Madison • 524-0104 156 Beale, 528-1055 ARCADE RESTAURANT Blues City Cafe Itta Bena Bluff City Coffee JERRY LEE LEWIS’ CAFE & HONKY TONK Bogie’s Delicatessen Bon Ton Cafe Eighty3 Evelyn and Olive Felicia Suzanne’s AREPA & SALSA The Brass Door Ferraro’s Pizzeria & Pub Brinson’s Downtown THE 5 SPOT Burrito Blues Mexican Grill Cafe Keough 12 S. Main • 509-2469 314 S. Main • 249-7955 164 Madison • 654-3425 Cafe Pontotoc The Cake Gallery Baketique Capriccio Grill Automatic Slim’s The Peabody Memphis • 149 Union 529-4199 119 S. Main at Peabody Pl • 525-3655 147 E. Butler • 672-7760 113 G.E. Patterson • 525-2253 The Peabody Memphis 149 Union • 529-4188 66 S. Main • 729-6152 22 S. Main • 527-2253 326 Beale • 888-UGLY 745 N. Parkway • 527-9158 109 S. Court • 901-249-6449 51 S. Main • 505-1212 84 G.E. Patterson @ South Main 578-5767 5spotmemphis.com This funky but fashionable salute to down-South juke joints proves that it takes an endless amount of history to make a little tradition. Chef Kelly Eng-lish continues the legacy of proprietor Russell George with the most original bar menu in Memphis — chicken-skin BLTs and Watch Yo’ Head sweetbreads, for starters. It’s a place you can start your night — and most certainly finish it. Make it nice. Open daily 10am–3am. 39 S. Main • 521-8005 105 S. Second • 522-8228 130 Peabody Place • 523-PINT 159 Beale • 523-1940 310 Beale • 654-5171 jerryleelewismemphis.com A whole lotta shakin’ from the original Rock ‘n’ Roll rebel and the first man inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame: Jerry Lee Lewis. See his life on display, and party like a rock star if only for just one night . This raucous honky-tonk, courtyard lounge serves many of the Killer’s favorite family recipes. Live rockabilly, full bar, and a flaming fountain. Sun.–Thu. 4 p.m.–3 a.m., Fri. 4 p.m.–5 a.m., Sat. noon–5 a.m. 156 Beale • 528-1055 162 Beale • 521-1851 97 S. Second • 578-9800 22 N. Front • 543-9230 153 S. Main • 529-4377 111 Harbor Town Sq. • 590-4645 69 Monroe • 525-6000 facebook.com Patrons have lunched at Memphis’s oldest restaurant since 1918, savoring the healthiest Southern home cook-ing around. Turnip greens, legendary cornsticks, pot roast, vegetable plates, salads, sandwiches, and homemade cobbler — all made with fresh ingredi-ents and spices, and served with love at a cozy, memorabilia-packed experi-ence. History and tradition are steeped in a culinary icon that serves health, hospitality, and forever friendships. Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–2 p.m. 95 S. Main • 473-9573 288 S. Fourth • 526-0820 272 S. Main • 526-0254 45 S. Main • 526-0037 MEMPHISDOWNTOWNER.com Johnny G’s Creole Kitchen King’s Palace Cafe Kooky Canuck Lenny’s Sub Shop Flight Restaurant Flying Fish Little Cafe Eclectic B.B. King’s Blues Club Bangkok Alley Center For Southern Folklore Central BBQ THE LITTLE TEA SHOP 121 Union • 522-2010 73 Monroe • 275-8752 168 Beale • 527-4392 Flying Saucer Bardog Tavern The CheeseCake Corner Chez Philippe Flynn’s Restaurant and Bar Front Street Deli Beale Street Tap Room Bedrock Market & Cafe 327 S. Main • 409-6433 117 Union • 433-9851 75 Jefferson • 522-2200 221 S. Third • 334-5950 77 S. Front • 870-1522 325 S. Main • 527-7337 310 S. Front • 527-4877 3 S. Main • 545-0048 City Market Groceries & Deli Court House Deli The Green Beetle Belle Diner Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken Hamburgers and More Happy Mexican The Bistro At Court Square Bleu Restaurant & Lounge Coyote Ugly Saloon Local Gastropub Lunchbox Eats Lyfe Kitchen Cozy Corner Restaurant Cupcake Cutie, Etc. DeJavu Restaurant THE BLUE MONKEY 385 S. Second • 529-9991 126 Beale (New Location!) • 529-0007 143 Madison • 527-2878 513 S. Front • 527-6665 2012 Madison • 272-2583 bluemonkeymemphis.com Swing into one of Memphis’s most popular and legendary hangouts, with the Hard Rock Cafe Havana’s Pilon Maciel’s Tortas Tacos 18 DOWNTOWNER MAGAZINE | SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016

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