Tuesday update

A City Council member is introducing an ordinance that would allow people to walk down Main Street, from A.W. Willis to G.E. Patterson, with a drink in their hand. Hmmm. Interesting idea but I’m not sure how I feel about it. As the people at the Arcade said in the news story, I worry that it would change the relaxed character of Main Street. I can handle my neighborhood turning into Amateur Night on New Year’s Eve, St. Patrick’s Day, and Music Fest, but not year ’round.

The Memphis Flyer and Memphis Business Journal have articles on the new food hall at 409 South Main. It is already open and is having its grand opening Saturday, December 2. It will contain seven restaurant and cafe concepts. I went to a similar food hall in Little Rock earlier this year and have become a big fan of food halls. The grand opening is yet one more reason to celebrate the first weekend of December!

Here’s a today-only deal at Pyramid Liquor on A.W. Willis:

Those hot chips are gooood. Better have a cold drink handy though. You will need it!

Holly has a list of places open on Thanksgiving in Memphis.

Insider tip I got this past weekend: The mussels at the Brass Door are really good. You get a big portion for your money and they come with a cream wine sauce and Irish bread for dipping.

If you love to listen to the Chris Vernon Show, you can now watch it as well, live at noon. You can either watch on the Grizzlies website or watch on the Grizzlies mobile app.

Downtown Memphians, Black Friday is your opportunity to see the Memphis Hustle, the Grizzlies’ affiliated developmental league team, without getting in your car. The Hustle normally call Southaven’s Landers Center home, but Friday they will play a home game at FedExForum at 7.

Also on Black Friday, 2018 Memphis in May Beale Street Music Fest passes go on sale. A limited number of 3-day passes will go on sale for $105 on Friday.

Goat yoga has found its way to the Memphis area. The Flyer reports that once a month you can do yoga with goats on a farm in Rossville. YOGA!

The Wednesday night before Thanksgiving is one of the biggest party nights of the year, and the Silly Goose will have DJs:

The Memphis Tigers host New Orleans tonight at FedExForum at 7.

Pizza with Santa is back at Aldo’s Pizza Pies Downtown Saturday, December 16 from 12:30 to 3 PM. Kids can drop off their Christmas lists to Santa and decorate cookies. Amurica will be there for photos. Aldo’s is requesting the donation of an unwrapped, unopened toy or a monetary donation for Toys for Tots.

That’s it for now. Back tomorrow with more.