David Todd, the newish chef of Interim, has a tattoo of a hamburger and hotdog robbing a bank. To him, it means "grub life,"
Cocktails to send you off to dreamland.
Late one night last week, I wound up at the bar at Catherine & Mary's. It was about an hour before closing, and, on
I never thought much about rum until about eight years ago. While writing an article about the local Delta Sailing Association, the Commodore pointed
There is a bar far enough away from the Highland Strip to avoid the undergrad crowd, but close enough to find a philosophy grad
After Brian Thurmond's restaurant 148 N. Main, near the square in Collierville, closed, P.O. Press Public House and Provisions moved in. They ditched about
About 10 years ago, I planted a few bulbs of fennel in my front flower bed. I plopped them in the ground on a
Loflin Yard pulls an eclectic set of folks that's hard to put a single finger on. It is not a high or a low
A name has been selected for the cafe at Crosstown Arts. It's Today and Always. The official explanation is that it is a reflection
Drinkers, rejoice! As I write this column, the temperature is still hovering in the upper 80s. But by the time this week's Flyer hits
The Lamplighter Lounge is lit only by lamps. No overhead lighting casts its unflattering light on this hole in the wall or its patrons,
I came home the other week to find a couple of six packs from a pair of Arkansas breweries chilling in the fridge. Which is