Waste of food? Surely these establishments have to-go boxes for patrons who dont complete the challenges. There are lots of things done to excess and most include things people do for entertainment. Why dont you go spend 14 dollars for a movie ticket and 10 dollars for popcorn and a drink and leave the ones who might want to try a food challenge alone. Better yet mind your own business. It's not like everyone coming in the door is ordering these extra large items.
This is so fantastic! I saw Miles give a presentation on the farm at the last PechaKucha Night.
I never saw the addresses either. I always wondered why you guys left that out of the food articles. I always gloss over the "additional" stuff at the bottom of every article.
Now we know.
buzz, the addresses, phone numbers, etc. of the restaurants are just below the article.
A few outside tables at agave maria would be great.
Address of the places you talk about would be a nice addition to these reviews...
Local on the Square is one of the worst restaurants in Midtown...and probably all of Memphis
For your world food exposure I would offer breaded and deep fried Spinach used as a pusher for a yummy potato pomegranate cilantro yogurt soup as served at the Craft's Museum in New Dehli.
It's all about the flavor - keep cooking. Looking forward to experiencing your food Sabrosura
Terrible experience. No host/hostess. We waited a few minutes before the bartender leaned across the bar and asked if we needed something. He told us to seat ourselves, which we did. 10-15 minuteslater a server brought us menus. My mom asked about house wines, and the server said the cheapest wine was 9 dollars, she didnt know the name, and ended up being wrong. 15 minutes later with no drinks and no place settings, and just that one fruitful visit from the server, we left. Enjoy your very short run, Riverfront.
I'm pretty sure Coyote Ugly also has a mechanical bull on their patio.
Carl, let me state the obvious: you're AWSUMB! You're an inspiration. Let's talk soon.
I am an old friend of Carl Awsumb's ................ I live in South Africa where initiatives such as this could well be the turning point in a country on a downward spiral. Thank you for the example Carl - also for the inspiration and a shining example of how much can be achieved from very little.
If after reading this story and you're inspired to volunteer we are in the garden Saturday mornings 9-11 and Mondays 4-6. Contact us at email@example.com
I ate there and my macadamia crusted group w/ forbidden rice( black) and snow peas was delicious. My friends snapper was great,too!
Nice review of a great place to eat, but all the dinners are $17.00 not $20.00.
Check out the correct stories above....as a life long mid-towner....I loved Thomas Boggs and his entire family,but Susan Ellis and the Commercial Appeal needs some fact checkers or something.....maybe she wants some free burgers?????? I also love the Sheffield's...Go Jays!
What a shame that the real history has been lost. To me, Jay Sheffield and Huey's are synonymous.
First of all the business was purchased by Jay Sheffield and Don Woods. Mr. Sheffield hired Mr. Boggs a couple of years later and when Mr. Woods left , Mr. Sheffield made Mr. Boggs a partner. Mr. Sheffield remained an owner for 40 of those 45 years. For some reason the facts are lost in the "new " history of Hueys. Its a shame.
By Chris Davis
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