It's just a jump to the left and step to the right to Overton Square in Midtown Memphis for the Rocky Horror Party.Read More
News from Overton Square
Throw on your jeans and a light jacket, breathe in that crisp air, admire the reds and golds of the changing leaves, and buy yourself a super-sized calendar, because there’s A LOT happening in the Bluff City this fall and you want to be ready to roll.
Make plans to watch movies under the stars in Overton Square, jam to live bands on the Levitt Shell lawn, dance in the streets in Soulsville, and cheer on the Grizzlies at FedExForum.
Autumn in Memphis means a steady stream of fantastic festivals, sassy soirees, cool concerts, innovative indie films, awesome art exhibitions, and fierce football showdowns. Whether you dig yoga, tequila, Harry Potter, comic conventions or group bicycle rides, you’ll find something you love in Memphis’ fall events lineup.Read More
Here’s a working list of places in Memphis that will be open on December 25, 2017. If you know of other spots, leave it in the comments and I’ll add it to the list!
- Lafayette’s opens at 4 p.m.
- Zebra Lounge will open at 7 p.m. on Christmas Day.
See more Overton Square restaurants and retailers holiday hours here (TBA).Read More
We are almost to 2018! Here’s a running list of places open on New Year’s Day. Some of these might have special brunch, some might just be open like usual.
Call ahead if you have questions and make reservations whenever possible! (Really, do this.)
If you know of another place that will be open or have a special event or brunch, please leave the info in the comments section. This is definitely a work in progress. For a list of New Year’s Eve events, click here.
– Lafayette’s (open regular hours for a ticketed event, details TBA)
– Zebra Lounge (7 p.m. – 2 a.m.)Read More
By day, pretty-as-a-picture Overton Square is where you take the kids for pizza or burgers, load up on candy at Sweet Noshings and play cornhole in the courtyard. Where you shop clothing boutiques and snap selfies with public art. By night, the scene shifts: couples and friends take over restaurant patios, sharing tapas and drinks. Live music pours out of Lafayette’s Music Roomand Zebra Lounge. This is the vibe come New Year’s Eve, when you can catch Memphis musicians in concert and the countdown craze outside, then take the party inside the Square’s restaurants, bars and music venues.Read More
Thanksgiving is nigh! If you’re not in the cooking mood, or if you want to go out after you wake up from your afternoon food coma, here’s a running list of places that will be open in Memphis on Thanksgiving.
In this post, you’ll find:
1. Places open for lunch or brunch or earlier in the day. Most of these require reservations.
2. Places that don’t open until 4 p.m.-ish or later.
Looking for something to do in Memphis this week and weekend? Here are a bunch of events, including lots of live music.
Don’t forget to check out the Fall Events Guide, the Halloween/Haunted House/Fall Fest Guide, or the Oktoberfest/Beer Fest Guide. There’s also a Fall Break Guide with some special kid-friendly things going on this week.
– Rocky Horror Drag Show at Zebra Lounge