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Charlotte, North Carolina
June 9, 2010
From journal Dining...The Memphis Way
August 30, 2006
From journal Memphis Fun
July 28, 2005
From journal Memphis: Music, BBQ, and Pandas
February 22, 2005
The food here is pretty good, though. The burgers are good-sized and cooked to order. I recommend the traditional Huey burger, as well as the West Coast Burger (cheeseburger with guacamole, onions, and more). The chicken pita is good, and if you are looking at going a little healthier, the Spinach Salad isn’t half bad.
The cheese fries are good, and there were many times that I ordered them as my main course. They are large enough for several to share for an appetizer or a carbo-loaded alternative to a burger. Fries don’t come with the meal, but I would suggest getting them; they are pretty good, and their onion rings are wonderful!
There is a full bar, and on weekends, they have live music at some of the locations.
Don’t forget to spit your toothpick on the ceiling; it’s a tradition! The best way to do it is to put the toothpick in the bottom of your straw and blow. Good luck!
From journal Walking in Memphis
New York, New York
November 10, 2004
Again, the location can't be beat for folks staying downtown-we walked here from our hotel. And what a pleasant surprise to find my favorite northern California beer, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, on tap. This turned out to be key because most of the other bars we were in this weekend would only ever get as exotic as Heineken. So now you know where to go if you require a heartier beer.
Our burgers were terrific, as promised. It also felt like a neighborhood place-a whole ream of college-aged people walked into the bar around 3pm and sat down for what was clearly an after-work drink. They all had on identical black slacks, blue aprons, and blue (I'm talking crayola blue) shirts. They were a coloful phalanx at the bar, that's for sure!
The whole bill came to $22, plus tip. Rock on!
From journal This One's for Elvis