Bars in Horn Lake

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Habits Tobacco, Internet, & Coffee Shop bills itself as an oasis from the world, where customers can simply kick back and indulge—and there’s plenty to indulge in here. Those who are of age can relax and suck down a hookah packed with fragrant, fruity tobacco flavors such as passion fruit, mango, and grape or light up a stogie and savor a hot cup of coffee. Roughly 10 breakfast cereals make up the cereal bar, and desserts such as cakes, cookies, and muffins round out the snack menu. Habits also offers free WiFi service for those who wish to plug in, get some work done, or just kill time surfing the web.

9037 Millbranch Road
Southaven,
MS
US

Providing a stage for bands of roaming musicians to ply their melodic wares, Hi-Tone Café also feeds hordes of Memphis's hungry with its wide-ranging menu. Start things off with a Middle Eastern staple, hummus and a handmade pita ($4), or go for the gustatory gold of upstate New York with nine hot wings plus celery and carrots ($7). Six-ounce burgers ($6) use beef from local Neola Farms, except for the handmade veggie burger, which eschews meats both domestic and foreign for oats, veggies, soy, and sesame. The New York–style cheese pizza (slice $2.50/small $9.50/large $12.50) pays homage to sewer-dwelling, martial-arts-competent teenage reptiles whose genetic mutations make pizza their only digestible option, while eclectic topping posses grace the varied house specialty pizzas (slice $4/small $13/large $16). The barbecue pizza puts grilled chicken or pulled pork in barbecue sauce instead of marinara, and the Greek pie is comprised of eggplant, artichoke, roasted red peppers, and feta cheese. Toppings ($.50 per topping for a slice/$1 per topping for a small/ $2 per topping for a large) such as bacon and Roma tomato can be annexed and terminated at will, unlike tenancy on Russia's first mandatory moon colony.

1913 Poplar Ave
Memphis,
TN
US

Kooky Canuck's extensive menu features hearty sandwiches, steaks, and more, including the Kookamonga burger, a 7.5 lbs. monster meatsterpiece ($24.99). More than 2,500 patrons—including Man vs. Food’s Adam Richman—have attempted to finish the burger in 60 minutes for a chance at immortality on the eatery's Hall of Fame, although only seven patrons have succeeded. If you've recently decided to scale back your weekly intake of beef, Kooky Canuck serves more modestly portioned half-pound burgers, which can be topped with cheese, onions, mushrooms, and more ($6.99+). Other savory sammies include a prime rib sandwich ($9.49) and Kathy's BL 'FG' T, a mix of bacon, lettuce, and fried green tomatoes ($7.49). Salads, soups, and entrees are available to sate the Kookamonga peanut gallery's voyeuristic appetite.

97 S 2nd St
Memphis,
TN
US

For a meal that won't leave you hungry, head to Quetzal for a juicy patty and side of your choice — this Memphis burger joint is squared away in the New Pathways community. Low-fat eaters will need to take care, however, since the menu does not feature any skimmed down fare. Toast your evening out at Quetzal with a glass of beer or wine from their lengthy drink list. Don't miss the happy hour food and drink specials, where a great bargain is always in sight. Get online for free courtesy of Quetzal's wifi. Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Quetzal's beautiful outdoor seating area. Put on your dancing shoes! The burger joint provides plenty of space for those who love to boogie.

If you're heading out on a Friday or Saturday, keep in mind that the burger joint gets busy. You can also grab your food to go.

Hand your keys to the valet driver or choose your own spot in the lot next door.

Prices are a bit on the higher side, so this might be a good pick for a special night out.

668 Union Avenue
Memphis,
TN
US

All restaurants have a menu for each meal of the day, but Celtic Crossing has one for a certain type of person?the soccer fan. The Irish pub opens early on Barclays Premier League game days, serving soda bread, rashers, and other breakfast goodies until 10:30 a.m. Some of those items reappear on a dinner menu chock-full of traditional and creative Irish cuisine, from classic shepherd's pie to sliders with imported Irish corned beef. Pints of beer, glasses of wine, or shots of whiskey complement feasts, which unfold amid evening events such as trivia and performances by local musicians. Visitors seeking a quieter dining area can escape to Celtic Crossing's outdoor patio, named the city's best by Memphis Flyer.

903 S Cooper St
Memphis,
TN
US

Local and fresh, Ferraros Pizzeria and Pub sells pizza, pasta, sandwiches and beer. Their dough is prepared daily for the freshest taste and quality. At Ferraros, Memphis residents can experience New York style pizza in the heart of downtown Memphis. For diners that prefer wine over beer, bring a bottle, and the staff will uncork it for you. Ferraros Pizzeria combines the New York style Pizzeria with the Memphis way of life. They even offer complimentary delivery within five miles of the restaurant. If you are looking for Italian food with a local appeal, look no further than Ferraros Restaurant.

111 Jackson Ave
Memphis,
TN
US