Memphis; famously recognized as the home of Elvis Presley and birthplace of the blues, rock-n-roll and soul. A visit to Memphis is never complete without the mandatory pilgrimage to Graceland, to discover where the magic of Elvis Presley was made.

Beale Street is where all the action happens. Famous for its food - BBQ Ribs are always top of the list - nightlife and quirky but fun attitude, this is a must stop on any agenda. From the historical, to the educational and entertaining, Memphis spares nothing for fun and excitement for all

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Languages English (official), Spanish, Native American
Electricity 110v - 60 Hz
Currency American Dollar ($USD)
Population Approx. 670,000 (City) 1.3m (Metro)
Time Zone UTC -6

Miss Polly's is a 50s & 60s chitlin circuit themed musical restaurant. Serving Memphis' finest fried chicken and soul food. Breakfast served daily and open til 4am on weekends.

Cozy, casual, upscale filet house, Buckley's Fine Filet Grill was voted “Best Steak” 4 years running in Memphis Magazine. Limited menu, full bar, emphasize value. The Flying Sauceris an American pub featuring the largest selection of handcrafted beers in Memphis. German “wurst” and gourmet sandwiches are designed to be washed down with fine hand crafted brews.

Westy's offers a family friendly and fun atmosphere. Offering a diverse selection of food with over 200 menu items and a full bar.


If music is the King of Memphis, shopping is the Queen. From downtown to uptown, Memphis antique shops to Memphis malls, shopping reigns supreme. On the flipside, the city’s eccentric shops such as One-of-a-Kind Schwab’s on Beale Street, vintage record stores and other funky finds make Memphis a treasure chest filled with amazing discoveries. Inside a Memphis mall, you’ll find the city’s uptown modern side with top threads from some of the fashion industry’s most famous names.