In the heart of midtown Memphis lies a hip intersection of beer, bites, and billiards at Young Avenue Deli. With a menu offering standard bar fare ... More
Young Avenue Deli
In the heart of midtown Memphis lies a hip intersection of beer, bites, and billiards at Young Avenue Deli. With a menu offering standard bar fare like onion rings, sandwiches, and pizza but this bar's specialty lies in its extensive beer selection. A diverse lineup of national and local touring acts such as El Dorado Rey and Grabass Chraleston's make this joint the place to be when good food, drinks, and music are on your agenda.
One of the lowest ratings in midtown. The food is average. Nothing to cheer about or to complain about. Service is average. I had a vegetarian sandwich, my date had pasta salad and something... yes the food is THAT forgettable. More troubling was the pricing. Overall slightly above average... until you consider the 2.50 tea... for me that put it over the top. Our bill came to roughly 25 dollars. That was for one sandwich (no sides) one pasta salad and sandwich... two teas. Average food... average atmosphere... above average pricing. There are too many other options in midtown.
This is a great place to eat with a large menu of both food and drink. The bands are good and the people friendly. The only problem I had was with the men's bathroom stall not having a door. AWKWARD! to say the least.
Was in town for a week and went here about 3 different times. The service was excellent. The beer selection was even better, and the food was the best. I would recommend the sonoma sandwich for the vegetarian, the shrimp quesadilla for the shrimp lover and the politically incorrect for the meat lover.
The price was right and next time we are in memphis, we will definitely go back.
we were looking for a delivery that did not include chinese or pizza. i went online and found this site. the food was great , the person who answered the phone was so helpful. i would recommend this restuarant to all my friends without hesitation.
This is a nice place to get a sandwich or burger. There is usually a vegitarian special. You must pay attention to thier music calendar if you don't want to be annoyed by loud sound checks. Go early for the food and stay late for the music. I suggest the cheese fries.
I and a friend stopped by there tonight. I had the philly cheese steak sandwich with fries. It was magnificent! I've also had the scrumptious beer battered artichoke hearts on another occasion. They are delicious. This place always has a good crowd, especially on the weekends and when a band is playing. I highly recommend it.
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