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
Just in time for the holidays, you can now purchase a Huey’s gift card in your local Kroger store!
On December 16, 2105, employees of Huey’s Restaurants donated over $3,000 worth of Christmas gifts to Dorothy Day House families in Memphis. Five total families received gifts from Huey’s employees. For 5 weeks, employees from each location rallied together to collect Christmas gifts for their assigned family. The eight locations, plus the home office, donated to families through the Dorothy Day House of Hospitality. Several locations split larger families, to make sure that every family member got all of the items on their list. All donations to were based on wish lists provided directly from the families. Items included clothing, toys, and necessities. Says Sister...Read More
On Christmas Day, employees of Huey’s Restaurants volunteered their afternoon to spend time helping the homeless in Downtown Memphis. For the third year in a row, a group of employees organized a lunchtime feast at Huey’s Downtown (77 S. Second St.) to feed the homeless, a population that doesn’t always get a hot, home-cooked meal on a holiday. From 10:00am-2:00pm, Huey’s volunteers served up a hot meal consisting of turkey, homemade dressing, green beans, sweet potatoes, giblet gravy, and cranberry sauce. Water, sodas, tea, and hot coffee were also served. Nobody left hungry. There was a steady flow of guests...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 >
Ring in the new year with your friends at Huey’s!
Fa la la la la, la la bur-ger! Give the gift of local this holiday season with Huey’s gift cards, seasoning, and apparel!
The holidays are approaching quickly! As you make plans to get together with friends and family, please use our holiday hours guide to help.