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I was born and raised in Memphis and the smoke smell on the river is just incredible.
I have not been home in 10 plus years, but I remember one year when there were BBQ sold from small carnival trailers on Riverside Drive. Dunno about now. I probably would eat before going down there, because it is cannot be resisted.
I am sure downtown has lots of BBQ places besides Roundvous which to me a tourist place. Finding a BBQ place in Memphis is like finding Lobster in Maine or Mexican food in Texas, it’s everywhere.
To the younguns who like loud music and raising hell, one can drink beer in public on Beale and the river, so party down. Don’t get too wasted and end up at 201 Poplar. I climbed on the Elvis statue on Beale when I was about 20 with a beer in my hand with thousands and thousands of people all around me.