Central BBQ - Downtown
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My personal favorite BBQ in Memphis. Right across the street from the National Civil Rights Museum at Lorraine Motel.
Another amazing place to try BBQ. The sandwiches are also excellent, but do try the ribs. Wet rub style.
This is one of the locals favorite BBQ restaurants. It has a sweeter sauce. Served wet or dry. Has a variety of menu items
The downtown location of this iconic Memphis barbecue joint is the perfect side dish to an afternoon at the National Civil Rights Museum. The transcendent pulled pork – almost always voted the city's best – can and should be doused in a number of sauces so good you'll want to drink them by the pint…
You're in Memphis--try some BBQ :) Central is known for great sausage plates! It is located right across the street from the Civil Rights Museum--finish lunch + hop on over!
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