Celebrate the luck of the Irish in Memphis with these local St. Patrick’s Day festivities: March 17 – All Huey’s locations – all locations found here Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Huey’s with $1 off Bud Light pints, Guinness, Killians, Jameson shots, and Irish Car Bombs. Check out the event on Facebook here. Read more at Choose901 >
If you’re on or around Madison Avenue later this month with at least $20 to spend, there will be specials and deals aplenty as part of a new event to boost business to the street. The Madison Avenue Business Association, a collection of businesses along the busy thoroughfare that launched their organization in 2012, is hosting its inaugural “Meet Me Along Madison” event March 22 and 23. On those days, participating restaurants, retail outlets and service-oriented businesses will all be featuring an item for $20.16. Taking part will be Madison mainstays like Boscos Squared, which will offer a beer and...Read More
The St. Patrick’s Day parade Downtown on Beale Street is tomorrow! Check out this incredible article about its history! The St. Patrick’s Day Parade originally was part of the Irish Eyes of Memphis pub crawl, which began 43 years ago, said Joellyn Sullivan. Silky, the late restaurateur Thomas Boggs and Mark Flanagan “founded the original pub crawl,” she said. “It started Downtown and would go down Madison Avenue. Every single place — every bar — from Downtown to Overton Square was included as a stop in the pub crawl.” The parade, which was held on St. Patrick’s Day, originally began...Read More
St. Patrick’s Day is is Thursday, March 17. Here are several ways to celbrate in Memphis. Have an event you’d like to add? Submit it to the calendar here. – Huey’s will have St. Patrick’s Day specials at all eight of their locations on March 17. Get a dollar off all Bud Light pints, Guinness, Killian’s, Jameson shots, and Irish Car Bombs. Read more at I Love Memphis >
Catch the luck of the Irish at Huey’s this St. Patty’s Day!
Satisfy any late night craving with this handy list of Memphis restaurants and bars: Huey’s (11am-2:30am) 77 S. 2nd St – Downtown / 1927 Madison Ave – Midtown / 4872 Poplar Ave – East Memphis Treat yourself to one of Huey’s large options of appetizers, world-famous burgers, sandwiches, and more. Check out their Facebook here and Twitter here. Read the full post at Choose901 >
Memphians use their brains to better the city all week during the day, but several nights a week, they use their brain for food, fun, and challenging games of trivia. And most trivia nights even give away prizes. Check out any of these spots and play trivia solo or with a team. Huey’s When: Monday at 8pm (Collierville, 2130 W Poplar Ave) Tuesday at 8pm (Midtown, 1927 Madison Avenue) Wednesday at 8:30pm (Downtown, 77 South Second St) Thursday at 7:30pm (Southaven, 7090 Malco Blvd.) Thursday at 8pm (East Memphis, 7825 Winchester Rd #101) No cover charges Live music Prizes include...Read More
Before Alex left for her expedition in Antarctica, she HAD to have a Huey Burger and Fries. Read the full story at the I Love Memphis blog here.
Huey’s was just listed as a place in Memphis to watch Super Bowl 50 by the I Love Memphis blog! View the full article here.
Visiting Memphis and have some time to explore our awesome city? We’ve got some suggestions for you that are in the areas closest to downtown Memphis. Here’s our list of where the locals go: Foodie Places: Downtown: Gus’s Fried Chicken (best fried chicken you’ll find) The Rendezvous (BBQ, of course) Majestic Grille (sandwiches, steak, burger) Lunchbox Eats (sandwiches, soul food) Cozy Corner (BBQ, of course) Trolley Stop Market (pizza, sandwiches, burgers) Aldo’s Pizza Pies (pizza, salads, sandwiches, local beer) The Brass Door (irish pub) Central BBQ (BBQ, of course) Local Gastropub (pub fare) Tamp and Tap (sandwiches, salads, coffee, beer) Huey’s (burgers, fries) A Schwab’s Soda Shoppe (milkshakes, homemade soda) The Arcade (breakfast/brunch) Cafe Keough...Read More