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Memphis Blues Barbeque House Restaurant Review: Rolls of paper towels on each table are a clue that the barbecue is of the finger licking-good variety. Meat is first dry-rubbed with Memphis' special rub before being cooked low and slow until it’s fall-off-the-bone tender. There’s beef brisket, ribs and rib ends, chicken, catfish, pulled pork and smoked sausage, all accompanied by the signature barbecue sauce and classic sides including coleslaw, cornbread, barbecue pit beans, and a choice of potato salad or fries. Wash things down with custom-brewed craft beer on tap or a glass of wine from the wide-ranging and ever-changing chalkboard wine “list.” If bourbon's your thing, there are plenty from which to choose. Desserts are down-home: pecan pie and peach crumble. Service is minimal --- order at the counter and be sure to pay attention so you don't miss your 'cue.