We like Hueys. Great place to watch baseball. We aren't drinkers so we have to depend on the food. They have a great steak sandwich and french dip.
I like their food and have been in several around the country. I think the best thing on the menu is their huge appetizer sampler. It is a fun place to go and see rock and roll artifacts and listen to great music besides.
Way overpriced and I found the menu a bit chintzy. My husband loves Monte Cristos and is the only reason we go there. Red Lobster is a better deal than this place as everything is ala carte.
This place was stinky and the service was horrible. The smoked salmon tasted like charcoal and the crawfish macaroni was HORRIBLE. Will never be going back. Not to mention this what seemed to be a couple that were behind the bar were very rude to me.
great burgers but you already knew that. :)
Steff Mahan is AMAZING! She is talented and hilarious!! Don't miss this band on Saturday at Neil's!!!
Consistent. Affordable. Delicious. Crave-able.
I really enjoyed it. Traci our server was excellent, check with us often yet not overly bearing.The sports screens were large and you can see the scores from a distance.The lighting set a warm and relaxing mood.Reservering 5 stars for return visit and eating from the entree menu
The place went down FAST when Wanda Wilson left. Without Wanda, the place is pretty poopie. Sorry
Very much over-rated. A nice place overall, but the service received during a business dinner was sub standard, to say the least. I've had much better steaks in this city, and was a bit discouraged with my, and my client's experience as a whole.
Ahhh the Beer Goddesses!! Best in the city!!
This is a nice place to meet for drinks. Local residents seem to hang out here which made it feel small and congested. However, the food was excellent. I would definitely eat there again.
Amazing! My absolute favorite place to visit when I am in Memphis! I could eat there everyday! The food is amazing and the atmosphere is very chill and relaxed. The menu offers a large variety from classic fish and chips to ruebenesque. The meatball sliders are my favorite! And for brunch, make sure you try the crisp chicken and sweet potato waffles!
One of the best bars in Memphis. Not overly expensive. And as stated above, $4 tip for 4 people's food and drinks!? Do you normally tip 5%? You are a serious A-hole. They definately don't need your business. The place is always hopping. I'm glad the waitress told you off.
I've heard many folks raving about this hip little spot on Main, and so I'm hoping my first-time lunch experience was just a fluke. They were out of many key items (including all chicken and tuna) and so our dishes seemed to be lacking a bit of what was listed on the menu. I tried having a salmon rather than tuna tostada, and unfortunately it didn't quite work, but my friend thoroughly enjoyed the meatball sliders. Although I wasn't entirely impressed this first trip, I definitely will be back to try their dinner menu. It is a bit pricey, but the dark & chic atmosphere make it seem like an ideal date night place.
The ribs here are awesome. They fall off the bone and very large portions.
GREAT food and atmosphere! Very good service!
The best looking and polite bartenders and servers in memphis,
you ladies rock!
Folk's Folly is fantastic - a Memphis tradition. The quality of steaks is superb, the atmosphere is warm and comfortable, from the dark piano bar to the low lit dining rooms and private booths. The service is impeccable, the sides and salads are amazing as well. Perhaps next time I go I'll order dessert so I can write about it too. I would recommend Folk's Folly to ANYONE who wants a prime steak and fine dining experience from the time you step inside the door until you leave again.
I agree, the seafood chowder is the best and I get it every time I go there for lunch.....many great dishes at affordable prices and a wonderful atmosphere..The waiters and waitresses all seem to be good and the food is usually forthcoming in a reasonable amount of time....
By Richard Alley
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