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Earnestine & Hazel's

50 personnes du coin recommandent · Prix estimé 1 de 4 ·

Conseils des habitants

Alex
Alex
February 24, 2020
Juke joint where Elvis used to perform!
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
February 21, 2020
When you are out late, and I mean after 2:00am, be sure and drop in Earnestine & Hazel's for a "Soul Burger" and a cold brew.. Best juke box in town.. And don't leave before you find your way up stairs for the not-too-known hangout spots.
Sabe
Sabe
February 11, 2020
I could tell you stories about this place, but they would be best told over a drink while you're at the space. This old dive bar was once home to a brothel, and the rooms upstairs are still intact, with peeling paint and various pieces of old mismatched furniture. A couple of hair-stylist sisters --…
KeyTree
KeyTree
January 20, 2020
What used to be a local jazz cafe and brothel is now a neighborhood dive bar featuring live music and great drinks! Tons of history and stories, including that it's haunted.
Aaron
Aaron
October 14, 2019
One of the best dive bars in the world. It used to be a bordello, but now there's live music, burgers, cheap drinks, and private parlors.

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Emplacement
531 South Main Street
Memphis, TN 38103
Téléphone+1 901-523-9754
Heures d'ouvertureFermée · Ouvre à Wednesday 5:00 PM
Les types de repas suivants sont offertsCinq à sept
Réservations
Non
Cartes de crédit
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Terrasse extérieure
Non
Chambre privée
Oui
Musique
Jukebox
Menus
Cinq à sept
Boissons
Beer, bar complet, cocktails
Endroits où manger
Pas de livraison
Toilettes
Oui
Accessible aux fauteuils roulants
Oui
TVs
Oui
Smoking
Oui
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