For a taste of true Tennessee, keep it local. Treat your taste buds to the tender, smoked flavors of slow-cooked barbecue. Soothe your soul with the sweetness of South’s Finest Chocolates. Tickle your palate with a wine tasting at a local vineyard, or relax with homegrown hops at a nearby microbrewery. Bush’s Best Beans, catfish and hushpuppies, aged Tennessee whiskey--no matter how you stack it, Tennessee’s tasty traditions are more than tempting.
The original location of a now-regional chain, Corky's can ship to you if you're not near a franchise. However, when you're in Memphis, you won't mind waiting in line for the place's incredible pulled pork shoulder barbecue. ...more
To many connoisseurs of chopped pork and beef, Interstate Barbecue offers the best-tasting barbecue in Memphis, a city regarded by many as "Barbecue Capital of the World. " To neighborhood residents and businesses, it's a perfect example of one man's successful urban renewal campaign. ...more
Joe's Bar-B-Que & Fish
No indoor seating, just a drive-through line with a large menu to study and a microphone to speak into when the time comes to place your order, Joe's is no frills. But, your food is indeed made to order. ...more
The Neely family has been in the barbecue business in Memphis since 1988, where their food has won a loyal following. In 1997, a local TV station held a BBQ contest for the best ribs, along with other local top BBQ restaurants in Memphis. ...more
The Bar-B-Q Shop
A local favorite restaurant, The Bar-B-Q Shop has time-tested, perfect barbecue, excellent service and attentive owners. If you cannot make it to Memphis, you can order the award-winning barbecue sauces, seasonings and dry rubs from the Dancing Pig's website. ...more