The "historically hip," Cooper Young Historic District combines an energetic vibe with traditional southern hospitality to create a diverse, popular, and trendy entertainment district with more than 60 antique shops, coffeehouses, galleries, specialty shops, vintage stores and an array of restaurants and bars. It's an early 1900s neighborhood with some of the city's most architecturally unique homes and an array of Memphis' Best of the Best restaurants, some with internationally known chefs. Enjoy a walkable neighborhood where the great nightlife attracts lots of visitors who love the cool and creative atmosphere. Don't miss the popular First Thursday "Night Out," beginning promptly at 5 p.m. The shops, restaurants and bars offer discounts and live music calls from the neighborhood square and the shops. The neighborhood hosts a street festival that attracts over 135,000 attendees the second Sat. after Labor Day in Sept. with live music. http://www.cooperyoung.biz
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I-40 W to Exit 206, merge on Sam Cooper Blvd., continue W on Broad Ave., L onto E Pkwy. S. R on Young Ave., go W to corner of Cooper & Young.