Shop, Stroll and Dine Your Way Through the Cooper Young Historic District

July 2014

• July 29, 2014 • Comments are off for this post

The Cooper Young Historic District is one of Memphis's most popular spots for shopping, dining, and taking a pleasant stroll. Visitors to the area enter through the Cooper-Young Trestle, a massive steel sculpture that depicts some of the local businesses and attractions; it’s like walking into a different world. Some local hot spots include the… Read more »

• July 22, 2014 • Comments are off for this post

Advertising that you serve the best shrimp and grits in Memphis is a bold move, considering that just about every eatery lists this local specialty on their menu. But in the case of Grove Grill, that boast might just be accurate! Regulars rave about the Mississippi stone-ground grits prepared with tasso gravy, sublimely creamy and… Read more »

• July 17, 2014 • Comments are off for this post

Beale Street, as any true music fan knows, is the birthplace of the blues, a historic avenue commemorated in dozens of songs. Today, it’s a popular tourist destination for lovers of live music. If you’re down on Beale and looking to fill your belly, stop in at Dyer’s. This Memphis institution has been serving up… Read more »

• July 9, 2014 • 1 comment

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• July 2, 2014 • 1 comment

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