Best Memphis Spots For A Guys' Night Out

Best Memphis Spots For A Guys' Night Out

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From mowing down on a steak to chugging a carefully crafted cocktail, here are the best places for a guys' night out in Memphis.

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    Phenomenal food and skillfully made drinks. I highly recommend the fish tacos. -- Rebecca W via Foursquare
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    I heartily recommend the double with cheese and a malted milkshake. One of the tastiest burgers in Memphis. -- The Commercial Appeal via Foursquare
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    If you can't decide on which flavor, ask for the Dirty Laundry. It's all the flavors w/o the ones that have milk. Great choice! -- Juandale via Foursquare
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    Don't be discouraged if long waiting line to/out the door. They r incredibly efficient @ getting u n & seated for some great BBQ. I've historically been an Interstate BBQ fan but this is my new fav! -- Kevin Yancy via Foursquare
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    Steak Stick Snack is good and watch out for fallin toothpicks!! Surprise at every visit LOL! -Heidi & Hank! -- Matt Riddle via Foursquare
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    Thank you all for making Blind Bear so Great!!! We have the best crowd and that makes us a Great bar! Monday night is 1/2 off bottles of wine 7-10pm & $4 Sausage Cheese plate -- Jeannette West via Foursquare
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    The computer clock is fast by 7 minutes. Keep this in mind for brewery night and happy hour pricing. -- Jeremy Miller via Foursquare
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    Not the absolute best Barbecue in Memphis, but they treat you AND feed you like family here. This place is great for a regular weeknight out. Don't eat here if you are a barbecue connoisseur. -- Lee Curbo via Foursquare
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    best burgers in the mid-south. if you get anything -- get the huey's burger and cheese fries. you will never go wrong with the two. -- Mary Kate via Foursquare
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    You guys, I'm giving you an insider tip so take it... Try the 'Breakfast Sliders'! It isn't on the menu, you have to know about them. Bacon, egg, and cheese with a touch of mayonnaise. Heaven! -- David White via Foursquare
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    Founded in 1948 by the late Charles Vergos, the Rendezvous is known for its dry ribs. The atmosphere makes it a great place to take out-of-town guests. -- The Commercial Appeal via Foursquare
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    The dry vs wet ribs debate is one that has split this city long before I was born and will continue long after I'm gone. I prefer to not take sides so I get my full rack of ribs served half and half. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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