Food & Drink in New South Memphis

$18 for Two-Course Seafood Dinner for Two at Boneheads ($31.96 Value)

Boneheads

Colonial View Civic Club

Fresh local ingredients mix with seafood entrees and chicken smothered in piri-piri pepper sauce

$31.96 $18

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Southern Food and Drinks at BeRatus Restaurant and Grill (50% Off). Two Options Available.

BeRatus Restaurant and Grill

Memphis

Chefs turn local ingredients into specialties from across the south, including fried green tomatoes and chicken and dumplings

$32 $16

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Gourmet Soul Food for Two or Four or $12 for $20 Worth of Carryout at La Shish Cafe

La Shish Cafe

Memphis

All-you-can-eat breakfast includes biscuits and gravy, eggs, grits, and waffles; entrees include beef kabobs, chicken pasta, and catfish

$20 $12

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German-American Food at Grawemeyer's (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Grawemeyer's

South Main Historic District

Authentic German restaurant has a deli counter, seasonal entrees, and a full bar; piano music and trivia nights spice up evenings

$20 $11

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Latin-Fusion Food at Rumba Room (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Rumba Room

Memphis

Menu of Latin-infused fare may include quesadillas, nachos, Rumba fries, and 12 flavors of wings including Caribbean jerk and lime spice.

$14 $7

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Soups, Salads, and Desserts for Two or Four at Dorothy Mae's by Haute Monde (Up to 48% Off)

Dorothy Mae's by Haute Monde

Memphis

Soups, salads, and fine desserts, including specialty savory cupcakes, apple crunch pie, and signature Fru-Fru Fransway fruit cake

$20 $11

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Flame Grill Cuisine at Rockhouse Live (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Rockhouse Live

Memphis

Fajitas, steaks, homemade queso, paninis, exotic chicken sandwiches, paninis, and more served amid live music and karaoke

$20 $10

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Irish Pub Food for Lunch or Dinner at Celtic Crossing (Up to 47% Off)

Celtic Crossing

Memphis

Pub with special soccer-game menu serves traditional and modern Irish food inside bar and out on patio, named city's best by Memphis Flyer

$15 $8

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Two Loosie Stuffed Burgers or $12 for $25 Worth of American Food at Flynn's Restaurant & Bar

Flynn's Restaurant & Bar

Memphis

Loosie beef burgers are stuffed with other ingredients such as smoked pork or pepperoni; menu also includes ribs, catfish sandwiches & pizza

$18.50 $9.25

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Two or Four Groupons, Each Good for $12 Worth of Juice, Tea, and Coffee Drinks at The Fresh Grind (Up to 58% Off)

The Fresh Grind

Cooper Young Community Association

Freshly blended smoothies, healthy juices, and coffees roasted right in Memphis

$12 $6

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Three or Six Vouchers for $6 Worth of Casual American Cuisine at The Port Restaurant (45% Off)

The Port Restaurant

South Memphis Planning Dist

Nautically themed southern-style restuarant with barbecue wings, country fried steak, and deep-fried catfish sandwiches

$6 $3.33

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Lunch or Dinner for Two or More at Strano Sicilian Kitchen & Bar (Up to 40% Off)

Strano Sicilian Kitchen & Bar

Memphis

Chef who trained in the US and Sicily cooks up wood-grilled specialties as interpretations of his Sicilian grandmother’s recipes

$45 $29

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$25 for Two Holiday Gift Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Spaghetti Warehouse ($40 Total Value)

Spaghetti Warehouse

Memphis

Give the holiday gift of hand-rolled meatballs, lasagna, and chicken parmigiana at historical warehouse restaurants brimming with antiques

$20 $12.50

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$28 for the All-You-Can-Eat Dinner Buffet for Two at Eat Well Sushi & Grill (Up to $39.90 Value)

Eat Well Sushi & Grill

Bartlett Corporate Park

Innovative sushi rolls and a buffet of fresh tempura, sushi, and sashimi await guests in a dining room lined with aquariums

$39.90 $28

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One- or Two-Dozen Gourmet Deviled Eggs or $17 for $40 Worth of Catering at Eggcellence

Eggcellence

Multiple Locations

Deviled eggs come in the classic Southern style or dressed up in Hawaiian, barbecue, Greek, and BLT varieties

$14 $5.50

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Mexican Cuisine for Dine-In, Takeout, or Delivery at El Porton Mexican Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

El Porton Mexican Restaurant

Multiple Locations

Authentic Mexican dishes such as taquitos, carnitas, and tamales coupled with margaritas

$15 $8

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La Shish Cafe isn't a typical all-you-can-eat buffet. While diners do build their own plates, there are no sneeze guards or heat lamps to maneuver around?just hot and fresh food options. This begins with an all-you-can-eat breakfast with biscuits and gravy, eggs, grits, and waffles. There are also plenty of meats, from sausage and bacon to catfish. At the omelette station, the cooks whip up fluffy egg creations stuffed with cheese, veggies, and meats. After breakfast, lunch and dinner entrees might include everything from fried catfish and macaroni and cheese to shrimp pasta and beef kabobs. Fruit smoothies and raspberry or peach-mango tea add a sweet touch.

4205 Hacks Cross Rd
Memphis,
TN
US

Sister restaurants One Trick Pony Grill & Taproom and The Cottage Bar & Restaurant share more than their owners—they're located on the same street corner. That makes it easy for guests to visit both in one night, stopping at The Cottage to grab a beer before heading to One Trick Pony for a pork porterhouse, or ordering a glass of wine at One Trick Pony before eating the USA Today awarded Cottage burger next door.

The two restaurants also share a love of entertainment. One Trick Pony hosts live music each Thursday and Saturday, with acts such as rockers Mid Life Crisis and acoustic folk singer Gabrial James Lundy entertaining diners. And musicians also play at The Cottage Bar's annual chili cook-off, where 40 amateur chefs gather to show off their secret recipes and plan a chili stain-off where they try to wash tomato sauce off their aprons.

3297 Summer Ave
Memphis,
TN
US

Back Yard Burgers serves up North American Black Angus burgers hash-marked to order on genuine flame-licked grills. Third-pound patties dress for dinner with lettuce, vine-ripened tomatoes, red onions, dill pickles, and a condimental trio of ketchup, mustard, and mayo ($3.59). Or gussy up for patty prom with premium add-ons such as coleslaw, chili, sautéed mushrooms, bacon, and more ($0.35–$0.60 per topping). The grill masters also flip the first white meat, prepping Hawaiian chicken sandwiches with grilled pineapple, mustard, mayo, and lettuce ($4.09). Away from the flames, feel free to enjoy a loaded baked potato ($2.79) and a wide range of pairable plates such as chili cheese fries ($2.59 for regular size), garden salads ($2.19), and sweetly baked fruit cobblers ($1.99).

5091 Park Ave
Memphis,
TN
US

The food slingers at Lunchboxeats dish out a menu of sandwiches and meaty entrees cleverly bestowed with school-inspired names and served on cafeteria-style trays. The Third Period Smoking Birds sandwich ($8.95) rebelliously stacks chicken, tender duck meat, and slow-smoked Cajun turkey between slices of slaw-slathered wheat bread for a nostalgic taste invoking fond memories of cutting class and curing poultry in the school parking lot. Otherwise, hang a fang on the homemade chicken-and-waffles sandwich ($7.95) or the Broken Rib Bones, a red-wine-braised xylophone of beef short ribs nestled within a crispy—and sadly unsigned— cast of grilled cheese, veggies, and gravy ($10.95).

288 S 4th St
Memphis,
TN
US

Fronted by British-Nigerian lead singer Sade Adu, Grammy-winning band Sade has seduced eardrums with a potent mélange of R & B, soul, and jazz for nearly 30 years. Performing songs from the new compilation album The Ultimate Collection, Sade will delight fans with greatest hits as well as a smattering of brand-new songs, melding soul-stroking vocals with eye-tickling dancing and onstage spectacle. Special guest John Legend will also throw his honeyed voice into the ring, soothing ears that have been damaged by the cacophony of city life and the screeching of prima-donna chalkboards.

191 Beale St
Memphis,
TN
US

Using family recipes that emigrated from Marigliano, Italy, to the United States in 1901, Pa Pa Pia’s fills bellies with flavorful heaps of Italian favorites. Give the brown paper bag a day off and make a midday meal of the meatball sandwich, served on italian bread and topped with provolone cheese ($8–$9), or gently shove a sharp utensil into a small portion of formaggio manicotti, stuffed fat with asiago, parmesan, mozzarella, and provolone cheeses ($6.50–$7). Because teleporters have yet to be approved for civilian use, Pa Pa Pia's uses its pizza, which is grilled over an open flame in traditional Italian style, to transport taste buds across the Atlantic ($8.50–$29). After a dinner of spagettini bolognese ($9–$10) or a sovereign meal of chicken saltimbocca ($14.95–$15), patrons should demand the dessert tray, lay claim to the chocolate-covered ricotta cheesecake ($6), and scan the wine list for illegal words. Though as much produce is sourced locally or grown in the restaurant’s own garden as possible, Pa Pa Pia’s imports its atmosphere straight from Italy, complete with rich yellow walls, rustic booths, and a patio for devouring innocent pastas outside.

83 Union Ave
Memphis,
TN
US