Memphis Downtown Dining Week 2017

Posted by Holly Whitfield | October 24th 2017 3182 1

Downtown Dining Week in Memphis is coming up! Here’s your chance to try some downtown restaurants without breaking the bank. Thirty-four downtown restaurants will offer $10.17 lunch specials or $20.17 three-course dinner or specials during this week.

I’ll include a list of restaurants below, but you’ll need to visit the Downtown Dining Week website here to see a list of all the menus. Also there are many delicious food photos on that website and it made me really hungry.

 

A few essential tips:

1. Make reservations or wait forever/be turned away. Some of the higher-end spots, i.e., Chez Philippe, Paulette’s, will fill up fast.

2. Remember that gratuity and tax are generally not included. Be sure to tip your servers and bartenders.

3. There are two parking garages offering $1 parking from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. each day of DDW. Click here to print the coupon/for more info.

Don’t forget to check the website.

Memphis 2017 Downtown Dining Week Restaurants List:

Alcenia’s Soul Food
Aldo’s Pizza Pies
Arcade Restaurant
Automatic Slim’s
Bangkok Alley
Bardog Tavern
Bedrock Eats
Bistro on the Bluff (Raymond James building)
Blues City Cafe
Bleu (in the Westin)
Blue Fin
Capriccio Grill (in the Peabody)
Central BBQ
Rendezvous Ribs
Chez Philippe (in the Peabody)
DeJavu
Dirty Crow Inn
Evelyn & Olive
5 Spot (behind Earnestine & Hazel’s)
Felicia Suzanne’s
Front Street Deli
Gus’ World Famous Fried Chicken
Huey’s
Kooky Canuck
Local
Loflin Yard
Lunchbox Eats
The Majestic Grille
Makeda’s Butter Cookies
McEwen’s
Oshi Asian Kitchen
Paulette’s at Harbor Town
Rizzo’s
Scoops
Silky O’Sullivan’s
South of Beale
Terrace at the River Inn at Harbor Town
Tug’s Casual Grill at Harbor Town
Tuscany Eatery
The Vault
Westy’s

Burger from Local Gastropub

Go There: 
Participating downtown restaurants
November 13 – 19, 2017

https://www.downtowndiningweek.com/


Author: Holly Whitfield

I write about what’s going on with Memphis music, food, arts, events, sports, people, and culture. Memphians love Elvis and barbeque with a passion that must be seen to be believed, but there is so much more to this place.

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