"A Taste of Cooper-Young" Offered by Memphis Literacy Council 

The Memphis Literacy Council is sponsoring "A Taste of Cooper Young" this Thursday, July 26.

The event features a progressive meal through the Cooper-Young neighborhood including drinks, music, fun, and great food. All proceeds go to the Literacy Council.

Participating restaurants include: Tsunami, Sweet Desserterie, Blue Fish, Do Sushi & Lounge, Beauty Shop, Cafe Ole, Young Avenue Deli, and Celtic Crossing.

"Seatings" are available at 6, 7, or 8 p.m. Tickets are $50 and are available at 327-6000 Ext. 1006 or through the Memphis Literacy Council website.

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