Memphis nightlife, Bars & Music clubs
Elvis Presley’s Memphis
Elvis Presley’s Memphis, the first full-service restaurant
and entertainment facility to bear the legendary entertainer’s name,
is located on historic Beale Street in Memphis, TN.
The restaurant serves meals made from Elvis’ mother’s
recipes and includes many of his favorite dishes on the menu.
The 300-seat facility uses state-of-the-art sound, lighting,
and video to highlight the musical performances live on stage as
well as special videos produced especially for the club.
126 Beale Street, Memphis
The best meal on Beale! So good that whenever President Clinton was
in town, he made Blues City a must visit location on his busy agenda.
Award-winning Chef Bonnie Mack serves up Beale’s best BBQ Ribs,
Homemade Hot Tamales, Southern Fried Catfish, Over-Broiled Steaks
by the pound and more! Live entertainment nightly in the Band Box.
138 Beale Street, Memphis
The Pig on Beale
When the 1950s decor of checkerboard floors,
Formica tables and vintage movie posters mixes
with live rockabilly, honky tonk or bluegrass music,
a the down-home happenin' hoopla should come as no surprise.
The Pig on Beale's jukebox could easily be the best on Beale Street,
with an eclectic mix of Memphis music like the older Furry Lewis
and Elvis and the modern Gabe and Amy Show.
The bar hosts live Americana music Thursday
through Sunday from area Americana bands.
There's no blues here, The Pig on Beale let's you brown bag your beer and set ups.
167 Beale Street, Memphis
Hard Rock Cafe
Home at last! Bite into the Original!
Tennessee truck stop diner atmosphere with
live entertainment on a regular basis.
Memphis’s largest collection of music memorabilia.
A Hard Rock Cafe merchandise Store located inside.
Menu specialties include half pound Cheeseburger,
Pig Sandwich, Grilled Fajitas, Tupelo Chicken and Decadent Brownies.
So if you're out "Walking In Memphis" on Beale Street
and you get yourself a mean case of the "Walkin' Blues," just do
the electric slide or "Memphis Boogie" right on into the Hard Rock
Cafe and let us ease you into "Memphis Bliss." Our historic building,
set on boogie street Beale, has done time as a recording studio and a
saloon- the perfect combination for an electrifying menu that'll make
you stomp and shout.
315 Beale Street, Memphis
Rum Boogie Cafe
Of all the clubs and bars on Beale Street, this is one not to miss.
If the superfine rum selection and beer aren't enough to entice you,
the Cajun and barbecue menu should--ribs, fried catfish, gumbo and red
beans and rice served by fast and friendly servers. Nighttime is all about
hot R&B with the house-favorite James Govan and the Boogie Blues Band.
More often than not, national acts just show up and jam on stage. Be sure to gawk at
the club's ultra-cool collection of over 350 guitars, autographed by people who have
played there, from Aerosmith to Stevie Ray Vaughan to the B-52's.