The Madison Avenue Business Association has announced the inaugural Meet Me Along Madison event all day on March 22nd and 23rd. This two day event will include $20.16 specials by participating businesses to highlight what these businesses offer the Bluff City. “Madison Avenue is vibrant, unique street with a little something for everyone,” explains Shannon Little, Marketing Chair for Madison Avenue Business Association, “We wanted to provide a way to celebrate and showcase the wide array of businesses and provide the community an opportunity to sample what each one has to offer.” Read more and see at features (including Huey’s Midtown) at Choose901 >
We had a great time at A Taste of CBHS yesterday, serving up sliders for a good cause. Thanks to everyone who came out to support Christian Brothers High School!
We had a great time this past Saturday at Rock The Ribbon, serving up burgers and libations to all party guests! Thanks to everyone who came out to support the Memphis chapter of Susan G. Komen! Learn more about Susan G. Komen here.
Several Harding Academy of Memphis students recently did a video feature on Huey’s and our role in the community. Great work by these guys! Check out their interview with our President, Lauren McHugh Robinson below.
We had a great time, as usual, serving up soup at Youth Villages Soup Sunday this past weekend! Thanks to everyone who came out to support such a good cause!
Just in time for Lent, Fish-N-Chips have made a special appearance at all Huey’s locations.
We had another great year at Polar Bear Plunge, benefiting Special Olympics of Greater Memphis! Thanks to all of our staff who joined us in a fun day for a great cause. Overall, the Huey’s “Gold Miner” chili team won 17th place out of 55 in the cook-off! And Huey’s plungers raised a total of $691 for the Special Olympics!
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
Lauren McHugh Robinson, CEO and President of Huey’s Restaurants, has been named the 2015 Tennessee Restaurateur of the Year, an award presented by the Tennessee Hospitality and Tourism Association (TnHTA). The award was presented to her at the annual awards banquet on August 4, 2015. According to TnHTA, this award is “the pinnacle of industry achievement— there is no higher honor in the state.” The winner is chosen for his or her shining character, demonstrated work ethic, leadership ability, inspiring vision, and for contributions to the overall advancement of the hospitality and tourism industry in Tennessee. It is exclusively peer-nominated,...Read More