Outstanding work from outstanding local artists. A must see show.
Meatball Sandwich gets five stars! Amazing!
Have had their Different flavored Cheesecakes many of times! I own Memphis Pig & Pasta and understand the difference between Process Foods and Home Made! Drew & Carol make everything Home Made! The Crazy part is you want to inhale it! But when the Cheesecake hits your mouth You take your time and taste every flavor and let your imagination Soar! Absolutely Fantastic!!
Barrels of fun for a good cause
TONY FALASCA HELPS YOUR BUSINESS! HAS A REFERRAL CHAPTER HERE IN MEMPHIS THAT IS THE FIRST ONE IN THE MID-SOUTH! THE GROWTH OF SAID CHAPTER WILL BE THROUGH THE ROOF SO PLEASE TALK TO TONY AT 901-871-9291 MEMPHISREFERRALROCKERS@GMAIL.COM OR TONYFALASCA@GMAIL.COM
we can never say thank you enough to everyone who has/is working so hard for Midtown!
A fun event for a great cause. It's about time we begin to award those who have stood up for and invested in our beloved Midtown.
Great idea, I look forward to the event
The Dixon is my very favorite Memphis Art Gallery. They get some wonderful exhibits and I am looking forward to seeing this one! (they have beautiful gardens too.)
Loved it. Great food and service. Please go try it.
best dinner I ever ate.
Warfield Concert Series is amazing. We are rewarded with their diversity and vision.
Been going here for years....grab the Friday coupon for BOGO dinners in the memphis flyer paper in the commercial appeal. Great peanut sauce on the salad....its good on the rice too....also its an older restaurant in Memphis but it sure beats alot of other new similar places they have out. The food is excellent and service is even better! The only thing is if you drink sodas....(meaning not water or tea)...they charge for each glass.
Anyway, overall they are still one of the best in Memphis.
We went for lunch, and enjoyed it! My husband had the roast beef sammie- delicious. The roast beef was the most tender, juiciest and least salty I have ever eaten. It included fontina cheese slivers and marinated onions that seemed to be pickled or preserved in a similar fashion. The sammie was not too dry. Just right. I had the boudin and pepper sandwich- also really yummy with a spicy zing. It included very delicious peppers and onions that were also marinated or pickled and tart, but unique from the onions on the roast beef choice. My husband's cappucino was great, and my Cafe Shepherd coffee treat was perfect. It is the restaurant's take on a Vietnamese coffee...chickory brew dripped slowly over a small layer of condensed milk. And then you can drink it warm as is, or pour it over ice. The friendly service and beautiful, classic decor were the cherries on top! I do wish they offered side items, but I also appreciate the simplicity of the menu! Go eat here!!
The House of Mtenzi is a museum of the history of Memphis Performing Arts. It also serves as a venue for up and coming performers.
If Scrooge was a Brother was phenomenal!!!!! The entire cast was on point. This is a tear jerker but just when the tear is about to fall they will make you laugh and then take you to Christ. The spin they put on it was great it showed the real life struggles of the black family. This is a must see.
I've only been here one time and it's already my favorite ... The food is so much fresher than any other buffet that I've ever been to... They don't put out a pan stacked FULL of an item that tends to dry out... They put out smaller pans in order to keep it fresh....The waitress brought over a plate FULL of some craw fish and clams..They were both awesomely fresh....This place has the highest quality food .... I have never ever been a sushi fan until I ate here... YUM....Eat Well is a little more expensive than other buffets but you get what you pay for...Higher Quality Food.... This place is Delicious..
The Broom Closet has the most affordable selection of magickal and spiritual items in Memphis. The store is run by 2 women who absolutely know what they are doing and are super helpful. They have a lot of workshops and events there too.
By Richard Alley
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