Was there on Fat Tuesday, and while Memphis is not a Mardi Gras city they put on a good show. The ribs were good but not great.
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I’d heard good things so we stopped on our night in Memphis. The staff was friendly. The chocolate brownie-like dessert was good. We also had the sausage and cheese plate which was just ok. It had slices of kielbasa, sticks of cheddar cheese, pickle spears,...More
We stopped in Silky O'Sullivan's for an early dinner the last time we were in Memphis. It wasn't very crowded yet so we got a table without any trouble. When we first entered, we really thought the place had promise in a dive-bar sort of...More
Came here for lunch. Great music playing. Friendly staff. My husband had Gumbo and I had shrimp Po Boy which was really good. Had a great hour and will return during our stay
After attending the Blues competition all afternoon at the Orpheum Theatre just up the hill we decided to grab a bite on the famous Beale Street. We decided to try out Silky O’Sullivans. Apparently this spot has been around for over a hundred years so...More
We were several years ago and decided to return. We must have gone later the first time because we suffered several hours of a female singer that had varying degrees of talent. Some songs were very good but others simply sucked. We didn’t stay long...More