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Best of Memphis 2017: The Party!

Best of Memphis 2017: The Party!

Last Wednesday evening, more than 2,300 of the Flyer's closest friends, including our advertisers, contributors, writers —  and winners! — gathered at the sparkling new

Best of Memphis 2017: Introduction

We changed some stuff up for this go-round of the Flyer's Best of issue. First, we opened the floor for nominations, giving the readers

Best of Memphis 2017: Food & Drink

Best of Memphis 2017: Food & Drink

Best Bakery 1. Muddy's Bake Shop 2. Frost Bake Shop 3. La Baguette Best Dessert Shop BOM 1. Muddy's Bake Shop 2. Cheesecake Corner —

Best of Memphis 2017: Nightlife

Best of Memphis 2017: Nightlife

Best Dance Club BOM 1. Paula & Raiford's Disco 2. Lafayette's Music Room 3. New Daisy Theatre Best After-Hours Club 1. Paula & Raiford's

Best of Memphis 2017: Arts & Entertainment

Best of Memphis 2017: Arts & Entertainment

Best Casino 1. Horseshoe Casino 2. Southland Park Gaming and Racing 3. Gold Strike Casino Resort Horseshoe is the place to play with your money.

Best of Memphis 2017: Media & Personalities

Best of Memphis 2017: Media & Personalities

Best Sports Team 1. Memphis Grizzlies 2. Memphis Tigers Football 3. Memphis Redbirds This is a hardworking, blue-collar city, and the Grizzlies are our

Best of Memphis 2017: Goods & Services

Best of Memphis 2017: Goods & Services

Best Antiques Store 1. Sheffield Antiques Mall 2. Flashback 3. Palladio — tie — Antique Warehouse Mall Sheffield Antiques Mall has it all. You can

Best of Memphis 2017: Wellness

Best of Memphis 2017: Wellness

Best Barre Studio 1. Pure Barre 2. Barre None at Kroc Center 3. Cardio Barre Is it ballet, or pilates, or weight training? Yes, it

Best of Memphis 2017: Staff Picks

Best of Memphis 2017: Staff Picks

Best Backflip in Time A baseball generation ago — in a year of innocence we knew as 2000 — a back-flipping second baseman named

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