Friday Lunch Idea: 10 Places To Eat Seafood In Memphis During Lent

Friday Lunch Idea: 10 Places To Eat Seafood In Memphis During Lent

Whether you’re observing the no-red-meat-on-Fridays rule for Lent, or you’re just looking for some tasty lunch on Friday, here are ten restaurants in Memphis the serve up a seafood-friendly Friday lunch.

2019 AAC Championship Tournament Guide To Memphis

2019 AAC Championship Tournament Guide To Memphis

Are you a college basketball fan in town for the American Athletic Conference 2019 Championship Tournament? This article is just for you! Think of it as your handy dandy cheat sheet for what to do in Memphis, where to eat in Memphis, and how to enjoy your time in our fair city.

New Eats: Checking out Cousins Maine Lobster

New Eats: Checking out Cousins Maine Lobster

A word of advice for anyone who wants to get their lobster on: Start early. The lines at Cousins Maine Lobster are no joke, and unless you possess extraordinary patience, you need to be punctual. There are Facebook posts about people waiting three or more hours in line. You’ve been warned.

Biggs: Cousins Maine Lobster is the new truck in town

Biggs: Cousins Maine Lobster is the new truck in town

The grand opening of Cousins Maine Lobster food truck is Saturday, March 2, at Crosstown Brewing. In a city bursting with food trucks – we have about 500, though most of them are not out regularly – I believe this is our first chain truck. Don’t look to me to complain, though: This menu sounds fabulous and people who have eaten at them in other cities tell me the food is great.

KISS says goodbye to Memphis with spectacle-filled finale at FedExForum

KISS says goodbye to Memphis with spectacle-filled finale at FedExForum

Roughly four miles and 45 years separated rock band KISS’s first appearance in Memphis from its last. In April of 1974, the group – fresh off the release of their self-titled debut – played Lafayette’s Music Room in Overton Square; on Saturday night the group brought its “End of the Road” farewell tour downtown for a stop at the FedExForum. 

The Memphis Weekender: February 22-24

The Memphis Weekender: February 22-24

With all the great things going on in the 901 these days, have you ever been overwhelmed with choices? Well, you’re in luck! Every week we curate The Weekender, a post filled with a handy list to help you hit some of our best bets for an amazing weekend.

Live at 9: T.M. Garret, Comedian Jeff Allen & Cowboy Mouth’s Fred Leblanc

Live at 9: T.M. Garret, Comedian Jeff Allen & Cowboy Mouth’s Fred Leblanc

With a hometown of New Orleans, Cowboy Mouth is no stranger to letting the good times roll. Band leader Fred Leblanc stopped by ahead of the group’s upcoming gig at Lafayette’s in Overton Square.

Live at 9: City Council, Literacy Mid-South, Mark Greaney & Shannon Street

Live at 9: City Council, Literacy Mid-South, Mark Greaney & Shannon Street

It’s Make A Difference Monday and did you know that one in seven adults in Shelby County cannot read? One local organization is working to change that. The Adult Learning Program at Literacy Mid-South works one on one with those who want to educate themselves.

20 February FINDS for Valentine’s Day

20 February FINDS for Valentine’s Day

The holiday of love is here — Valentine’s Day! For all of you gift givers who just adore this holiday, we’ve got you covered. From sweet treats and jewels to gifts for him and surprises for the kiddos, local boutiques are teeming with fabulous FINDS. Without further ado, here are our top Valentine’s FINDS.

The Weekly Memphian: ‘The Awful Truth,’ Soul Cinema 6, Songwriters Week and more

The Weekly Memphian: ‘The Awful Truth,’ Soul Cinema 6, Songwriters Week and more

The Weekly Memphian is a partial guide to things happening in Memphis, recommended by Daily Memphian staff. This guide covers Feb. 13-19.

My Favorite Things: Central BBQ nachos

My Favorite Things: Central BBQ nachos

Before you take away my Memphis card for not liking barbecue pizza, barbecue spaghetti or barbecue nachos, let me point out there are exceptions to these made-in-Memphis dishes. Barbecue spaghetti at the Bar-B-Q Shop is a whole different thing from sauce poured over noodles and I love the stuff – more on that another day. And while I’m not going to get excited over barbecue pizza, the baby one at Pete & Sam’s is not so bad – it’s tiny, after all.