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Memphis Blues Barbeque House Restaurant Review: Rolls of paper towels on each table are your first clue that the barbecue served at Memphis Blues is of the finger licking-good variety. Meat is first dry-rubbed before being cooked low and slow until it’s fall-off-the-bone tender. There’s Angus beef brisket, ribs and rib ends, chicken, catfish, pulled pork and smoked sausage to tempt your protein-loving heart, all accompanied by a side of signature barbecue sauce. Match your meat with classic sides, from coleslaw, potato salad and cornbread to barbecue pit beans, fries and collard greens. Order à la carte or rustle up some friends to tackle the Priscilla Platter --- laden with every type of meat plus oysters, shrimp and catfish --- a feast fit for ten to 12 carnivores. Wash everything down with custom-brewed Russell craft beer on tap or a choice selection from the wine and bourbon card. Service is minimal --- order at the counter and be sure to listen carefully so you don't miss your 'cue.