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Overton Square

77 locals recommend ·

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Rachel
Rachel
February 25, 2020
Great little area with tons of restaurants and shopping.
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
February 21, 2020
Within walking distance (15 minutes) or a quick Uber/Lyft ride (5 minutes) from the Magnolia House has a great dinner/music scene and enjoyed by all. Make this a stop while in Memphis.
Andrea
Andrea
February 17, 2020
Plenty of highly rated local dining! Some boutique shopping as well
Chris
Chris
February 7, 2020
Overton Square has almost all you could want in nightlife all in walking distance. A great variety of dining choices, classic bar food, brew pub, pizza, fine dining and more. A great movie theater, ballet, and three regional theater companies. A must-visit.
Matt
Matt
December 31, 2019
There’s something here for everyone. Tons of food options, movie theater, live music, and the square has occasional movie nights. Our favorite restaurant: Babalu Best high end restaurant: Iris Favorite bar: speakeasy hidden in Bari Best dessert: Sweet Noshing

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Location
2101 Madison Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104
Phone+1 901-761-3333
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Sunday 6:00 AM
Outdoor seating
Yes
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