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
It’s almost time for 2016, Memphis! Here are some fun and festive ways to celebrate the new year. I’ll continue to update as I find out more (including New Year’s Day openings and brunches). New Year’s Eve Parties at Huey’s, most locations, Dec. 31 Most Huey’s locations will offer complimentary party favors and a midnight champagne toast. Cordova, Midtown, and Germantown locations will have live music from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. and the downtown location will be open until 3 a.m. Collierville location will close early at 10 p.m. Read more at I Love Memphis >
Another year is almost over and Memphis is ready to celebrate the amazing things that have happened and to welcome in a new year with opportunities to make this city greater. There are many ways to celebrate, commemorate, and enjoy New Year’s Eve in the 901. Here are a few suggestions: New Year’s Eve Party at Huey’s All locations will have complimentary party favors and a champagne toast at midnight. Cordova, Midtown, and Germantown will all have live music from 9:00pm – 1:00am Collierville is closing early at 10pm. Downtown is staying open late until 3am. Everyone else is open normal hours. Read more at Choose901 >
Welcome to August, Memphis! I’ve teamed up with Volunteer Odyssey to bring you the third edition of a monthly series about unique ways to give back and love Memphis. This month, we have everything from delivering flowers to being a high-speed auction spotter to sprucing up Overton Park. I see it all the time on social media: y’all really do want to give back and show your love for Memphis. I hope these monthly roundups make it easier to find volunteering ideas that work for you. If none of these strike your fancy, click here for five places that you can try out from home. Or,...Read More
It’s going to be a super fun-filled Fall in Memphis! Our friends at Choose901 created a list of everything happening around town, which you can find here. Check out these awesome events around town, and remember why we all Choose901!
Having fun in Memphis doesn’t have to be expensive, or cost anything at all! Thrillist just came out with a list of Top 25 Things To Do For Free in Memphis. Check it out here, then get out and enjoy our city this summer!
Huey’s was recently featured in the Happy in Memphis video
The driving force behind Huey’s, who in 1975 started work at the original midtown location, Thomas Boggs expanded the popular eatery into a chain of seven, and groomed his daughters to run the business.
Huey’s Fans – It’s time for the Memphis Magazine Readers’ Restaurant Poll! Deadline for voting is midnight, December 1st. Click here to vote for your favorites! Thanks for your support!
This year, Huey’s was nominated for several categories in Commercial Appeal’s yearly poll… “MEMPHIS MOST”.