Thursday, January 28, 2010

NYT's Ode to Midtown Memphis

Posted on Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 11:26 AM

Didja see the long piece on "indie" Memphis in The New York Times' travel section today?

Here's a taste: "This is indie Memphis, a long way from the tourist crush of Beale Street and Graceland, in spirit if not in actual distance. Midtown, just a short drive from a downtown famous for its blues, jazz and barbecue hounds, is its hipster epicenter. a diverse area that is now home to posh cocktail bars as well as divey rock clubs and longstanding juke joints. It parties late, very late, and stays friendly through the night."

Read it here.

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