Elvis was the undisputed King of Rock 'n' Roll, but he was also briefly the Sultan of Swing and the manager of a picture frame store. Return yourself to sender with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of tavern fare at Beale Street Tavern.
Modeled to pay homage to Elvis Presley, Beale Street Tavern boasts an American menu fit for the King himself. Start off with an order of handbreaded deep-fried-pickle poker chips, served with house-made cilantro ranch ($6.99), or skip the apps and devour the Black & Bleu Suede steak, a blackened New York strip topped with melted blue cheese crumbled and served with fries and coleslaw ($18.99). To do as the Elvish do, call upon The King, a fried peanut-butter-and-banana concoction pressed between two pieces of texas toast, and served with Cheetos, a glass of milk, and a sense of purpose ($9.99).
Beale Street Tavern is a cozy, dimly lit juke joint where Elvis fans and foodies can come together to celebrate in true Texan style. The walls are patchworked with pictures and memorabilia commemorating the King. Likewise, between nightly live music performances, a vintage jukebox keeps the crowds in check by supplying three genres: classic Elvis, timeless Elvis, and music from bands who probably stole all their ideas from Elvis.