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Rum Boogie Cafe's Blues Hall is the last real juke joint on the street. It's small, it's old, and once you squeeze your way in you won't ever want to leave.
Located next door to and connected with Rum Boogie Cafe, Blues Hall hosts some of the best...more
Went in on a rainy Friday night, only ones there. $6 cover posted prominently so paid it. Bartender had the personality of dirty shoelaces. Ordered Long Island Iced Tea which consisted of vodka, sour mix, and soda. No rum, no triple sec, no gin, just...More
This place has some of coolest decor on Beale. There are musical instruments, posters, signs, and a Millennium Falcon. I went here with my business colleagues and we kept on pointing things out to each other that we'd find throughout the place.
Smaller bar with seating available at tables or at the bar.
Vince Johnson & The Plantation Allstars were playing there that afternoon. Wow! If you want to listen to "the Blues" I highly recommend see these folks. They perform a whole lot of their own...More
Great atmosphere with really good music. We went two evenings, different groups both nights, better music than BB Kings and no cover charge. The drinks are average price with a good choice of draught beer
I have been to Memphis a handful of times now, the most recent being this year for St. Patrick's Day. The Blues Hall is one of my favorite places. It is not a huge place but it's cramped mostly because of all the people gathering...More