Got questions?



Does Huey’s have a Gluten-free menu?

Yes, please ask your server for a menu or you can download the Gluten-Free Menu here.

What is your veggie burger made of?

Soybeans, carrots, broccoli, red and green bell pepper, potato, cabbage, onion, parsley, canola oil and a variety of spices. It is both vegetarian and vegan.

What about your black bean burger?

Onions, cooked black beans, brown rice, corn, soy protein, diced tomatoes, green chiles, bulgur wheat, egg whites, and a variety of spices.

Is your fish farm-raised?

Our Mahi Mahi and tuna are wild caught and salmon and catfish are farm raised.

What type of oil do you use for your fried food items?

It is a soy canola oil blend.

I have a peanut allergy, is it safe to eat at your location?

Some of our food items contain nuts and may come in contact with other food during preparation. Please ask your server for more details.

Can I get my burger cooked rare or medium-rare?

Yes, burgers are served to your cooking preference. Consuming raw or undercooked animal products can increase your risk of food-borne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.

Do you take reservations?

We do not take reservations. We are a first come, first serve establishment.

Are you pet friendly? Can I bring my dog on the patio?

We do love all pets; however we do not allow them inside our patios. Service animals are permitted.

Is this a smoke-free establishment?

Yes, all locations are non-smoking.

Do you cater?

We do! Just call your favorite location to inquire about placing a catering order. See our menu here

Why is there a crutch in the ceiling?

Peggy Lichterman, a good friend of Thomas Boggs, had been on a crutch for about a year. She decided to throw it away, and there was already a hole in the Midtown location’s ceiling. In 1988, Thomas asked if he could have her crutch, and he stuck it up in the ceiling. Each location has been outfitted with a hole in the ceiling and a crutch, so as to keep up the Huey’s tradition. The original one is still at Huey’s Midtown.

Who is the old man flipping the coin?

The Huey’s Prospector was created for a 1970’s advertisement Huey’s did in the Tiger Rag (now the Daily Helmsman) at the University of Memphis. The original drawing was a prospector in a wagon with the slogan “Huey’s or Bust” (like the gold miners who said California or bust).