This bar has wrap-around windows that let you see the dancers bopping and jiving from the outside, or watch the street scene on Beale from the inside. Autographed guitars hang from the ceiling, offering proof that musicians such as Carl Perkins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Walsh and others have hung out here. The house act, James Govan and the Boogie Blues Band, performs at Rum Boogie Café when there isn't a visiting artist. The kitchen serves several dinner and snack items, but the Rum Boogie is famous for its red beans and rice.
182 Beale Street, Memphis, TN
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This ideal location is directly across the street from the
historic Peabody Hotel, next door to Rendezvous(Memphis' best known barbecue restaurant) and two blocks from Beale Street, with its jazz and blues nightclubs. The rooms are pretty much standard ...
Home to both Sun Records and Stax Records, Memphis has
always been foremost in finding talent, and the rollicking live music scene is still kicking hard today. Maybe that's why Memphis is mentioned in more songs than just about ...