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Restaurants Memphis hotels are renowned for their world class comfort and amenities, providing guests with top of the line service that leaves them wanting for nothing. Whether in town for business or for pleasure, these hotels make their guests feel like they are home, providing them with opportunities to relax and work as they please, without having to worry about their personal needs or concerns.

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This Tennessee boutique hotel in overlooks the Mississippi River 5 minutes' drive from Memphis. Guests will be greeted with a glass of champagne at check-in and can enjoy a daily breakfast at one of the 3 restaurants.Each room at the River Inn features European décor with a four-poster bed 32-inch flat-screen TV and refrigerator. Extras include a desk and many of the elegant rooms also offer a river view.Guests of the Harbor Town River Inn can find gourmet food at Paullette's Restaurant and continental cuisine at Tugs Neighborhood Grill. Food and drinks can be enjoyed at Terrace on the rooftop with panoramic views.River Inn of Harbor Town features free Wi-Fi and 24-hour concierge services. A gym is on site for added convenience.The Orpheum Theatre and Memphis Cook Convention Center are a 5-minute drive from this Harbor River Inn. The Memphis Zoo and Pyramid Arena are 10 minutes away.

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Since its early days as a brothel Earnestine and Hazel’s has come a long way from the gentleman’s club of yore. In fact, today the bar is a Memphis live blues hotspot that boasts an extensive full bar and juicy Soul Burgers. Stay late, dance, and soak up

Wild Bill’s is generally regarded as Memphis’ best live music club for authentic blues. Open especially late on weekends, flowing cold beer and friendly service keep regulars coming back for more night after night. No trip to Memphis would be complete wit

“World Famous” is a relative term when it comes to The World Famous Poplar Lounge. Nonetheless, the joint is a popular dive bar located between Midtown and East Memphis that provides locals and visitors a great place to hear some bluegrass while sipping a

Catering to Memphis sports fans, Sports Pub manages to take the cake in terms of sports bars. Vols, Titans and Grizzly games are sure to be playing on one of the 20-plus TVs found inside and offer views no matter where patrons sit in the bar. Served alongside traditional pub grub from the grill, beer, cocktails and wine help celebrate a win or drown sorrows if the hometown favorites lose. Sports Pub delivers exactly what its name promises—no frills—just sports, drinks and pub grub.

Rhodes students may dominate Zinnie’s, but this Memphis bar is a great place for anyone to visit for food, drinks and fun. Pool tables and dartboards provide activities for patrons to entertain themselves while downing pitchers of cold beer. Regulars floc

Don’t judge Alex’s Tavern by the seedy exterior—it’s what’s inside that makes this Memphis dive bar worth a visit. Alex’s Tavern is a beloved family-owned pub that’s been a mainstay of Memphis nightlife since the 1950s. The jukebox itself attests to the bar’s long history and plays tunes all night. Cheep beer and perfectly grilled burgers keep celebrities like Don Henley and Dennis Quaid coming back every chance they get. The walls are lined with photographs of other celebs and framed articles about this favorite Memphis bar to locals and visitors in the know. Students and businesspeople alike will love the authentic Memphis atmosphere found at Alex’s Tavern.

The Peabody Memphis is a luxurious, Mobil Four-Star and AAA Four-Diamond hotel in the heart of downtown Memphis, blocks from the Rock N' Soul Museum, Beale Street, the Gibson Guitar Factory and the Fed-Ex Forum. The Peabody Memphis hotel is also a popular attraction for the five trained ducks that march through its lobby every day. The guestrooms at this legendary hotel are nothing short of elegant, and the amenities are too numerous to list.

Smack in the middle of Downtown Memphis, Sleep Out Louie’s is within walking distance of Beale Street’s prime nightlife. Since it is so close to pretty much everything Memphis nightlife has to offer, this bar is a must-stop or a must-start at for a rockin

American, Barbecue. Established in 1991, BB King’s Club in Memphis is a well-known favorite. Southern comfort foods populate the lengthy lunch and dinner menus, serving everyone from families to business partners well.

With nearly 30 beers on tap, the Beale Street Tap Room’s friendly Memphis atmosphere and prime location in the heart of the city’s nightlife scene make it one of the best places to enjoy a beer in the River City. For patrons not in the mood for beer, exce

Memphis’ Beale Street is known for live music clubs and bars, and the Rum Boogie Cafe is one of the best. Liquor and mixed drink aficionados will love the vast array of rum behind the bar. The Memphis music club also serves up local cuisine: barbeque ribs, fried catfish and gumbo grace the plentiful menu. The Rum Boogie Cafe’s stage has been home to famous national rock acts as well as local Memphis bands. Guitars autographed by Aerosmith and Stevie Ray Vaughan are just two of the hundreds that decorate the walls of the club. The Cafe can’t be missed while exploring all that the Memphis nightlife has to offer.