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.
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.
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 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.
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.