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I brought my friends here to check out this unusual bar with the wacky design over the roof. They have a great collection of Beers & Lagers from all over the world, 200 last count with a competition on who can sample the most from...More
Arrived in Memphis late and lots of restaurants were full so popped in here and glad we did. Had a delicious burger and fries, however it's not a cheap food option. They have a huge choice of beers and my husband said the 3 he...More
A3 list, over 100 drafts on one side and bottled on the back makes it difficult to choose but you would be nuts to drink nationwide brands here. Bottles includes imports. Trial Beer flights $11. Good setting, plenty of sports tv's and bar or table...More
We stopped in for one of the blues shows during the International Blues Competition and found the food and service here a notch above some of the other establishments on Bourbon Street. Eating vegetarian at these sorts of place often means tasteless and greasy veggie...More
Definitely a place to get any kind of beer. The place had a bar vibe with tons of plates on the walls and ceiling as decoration. The waitress took our order right away and was attentive. I got the special: honey chicken with vegetables. The...More
The Flying Saucer has become one of our favorite places to pop in and have a drink while visiting downtown Memphis. When the weather is nice, there are huge windows that are opened and you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the busy city....More
Oh, you know, it's a Flying Saucer. Lots of beers (they have more local and craft beers than they used to), mediocre food, okay service, messy tables. It's a place to go with a group to watch football on a Saturday or Sunday. It's fine....More