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We came into Memphis excited about seeing Beale St. and hearing some blues. We arrived on a Thursday and came to Rum Boogie to see the Eric Hughes Band. They did not disappoint! What a great band and a truly nice group of guys. We...More
Loved this place. The atmosphere is great. We got a table right up front and were treated to fabulous blues by Eric Hughes and guitarist. Loved this place for its authenticity, it is NOT touristy. This is where you go to experience Beale Street.
The first night the band was so-so, and the crowd reflected it. The second night we almost didn't go in because they were charging a cover fee. Why pay when there are better options for free? As the night progressed and the band in the...More
Had a fantastic time at Rum Boogie Cafe. It's a legendary joint with live music most nights and a great atmosphere. Guitars with the names of famous folk who've been there hang all the the place. The stage is close and makes for an intimate...More
Visited on 10/3/17 to see Gracie Curran. She was outstanding
We (both over the age of 50) had to show our ID’s to get in....no problem with that
We sit at a table and get carded again. Totally useless since they know everyone in there...More
fantastic blues band with exceptional sound system...and not too loud like most places. small $3 cover to get in and normal pricing on drinks. decor was over the top. old signage from Stax, 250 signed guitars dangling from the ceiling, appropriate lighting. service was very...More
We stayed for a few drinks, got there around 9:30. Waitstaff very friendly, crazy bartender sent me thru the "creepy door" to find the ladies room, she was right. It was adequate.
Drinks were a little pricy but the atmosphere made up for it. Up...More
I love their smoked wing appetizer which is a meal for me and is my first stop in Memphis. I have a new addiction their fried pickles. A whole dill pickle is thinly sliced and battered, which is very light and crunchy. It is served...More