Gallery 901

Gallery 901

Gallery 901
When art and food collide
By Amanda Krog

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Taste of Gallery
David’s interest in cooking sparked while preparing healthy meals for his grandmother, Dory, who was diabetic. He got his start at a restaurant in Tampa, FL when he was just a teen. He poured water for guests and eventually worked his way up to dishwasher, then prep cook, and so on.
My mother was in the restaurant business, so I’d spend time there after school sometimes, doing my homework and bugging the servers to let me roll their silverware. When I was old enough to get a job it just made sense to find something in the service industry. I was comfortable there.
David left his job this year to pursue opening a restaurant.  He was cooking in people’s homes and we were working events, but he had all this creative energy and needed an outlet. He was having a conversation with Gabe Velasquez and mentioned that we wanted to find somewhere to have a pop up dinner. Gabe had a building! So we got to work putting it together. I contacted artists we knew to see if they wanted to show their work during the dinners. We got a bigger response than expected. Gabe had muralists come in (Adam Exelbierd & Jamond Bullock) and we got the art hung and the name Gallery just stuck.
Dining
The art that is on display at Taste of Gallery, no matter where the event is held, is always for sale. The idea is that there’s art on the walls, art on the plate, even the tables were made by a local carpenter out the the wood from the tear out at 64 S. Main.
We post updates for upcoming events on our Facebook and Instagram pages. You can find links to subscribe to our email list or purchase tickets on either page. Tickets are available directly through eventbrite. There’s only 20 seats per dinner, so get them before they’re gone! Each dinner is 6 or more courses and includes wine pairings.

Taste of Gallery Info:

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We also book private events and in home dinners. Contact Amanda or Dave for info and pricing.

Names of the artists:

Anna Holt Art
Paul Butler
Bonnie Gravette
Karen Parks
Joey Young
Jordan Fisher
Chuey Avila
Jamond Bullock
Adam Exelbierd
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HouseTaRaunt Restaurant

HouseTaRaunt Restaurant

HouseTaRaunt Restaurant

A Unique Dining Experience

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What is a HouseTaRaunt you may ask? There is no better person to ask then the person planning and implementing a unique place. Her name is Shukriyyah Aquil, known amongst the community as “Queen of Tofu”. This local herbalist has combined the art of natural healing with the food we consume to increase our overall health and wellness.

For the sake of being tongue tied I’ll call this extraordinary woman Shef Sugar, dedicated to her use of all things natural. Her idea is nothing new, in fact, as a young child she remembers her mom selling dinners as she referenced out the front part of the house while the family lived in the back part of the house.

         A tamale pie with seasoned veggie rice & squash.

The heritage and legacy of holistic eating has become a way of life for her. After having spent 30 plus years away from Memphis, Shef Sugar has returned to share a wealth of knowledge through both community involvement an education. She finds the need for culinary education in the art of vegetarian/vegan cooking.

When I first met this gem of a woman she shared with me a story of steak over mashed potatoes or rice with a rich brown gravy and cornbread. My mouth began to water. I told her I would be over next time she prepares that dish. Before I knew it my foot was stuck in my mouth as she finished the conversation with everything is vegan, oh ooh…. no meat!! The steak I had my heart set on would be made out of Tofu.

She has found her place, located in the historic Stax Museum corridor at 1177 Mississippi Blvd., this HouseTaRaunt is beautifully welcoming, you feel the warmth when you enter the front door. She has 5 dining spaces throughout the home, upstairs, downstairs, and main dining area. You can pick and choose.

After due diligence in finding out all the legalities, obtaining her permits, and licensure and visioning, Shef Sugar owns and operates her HouseTaRaunt from 1 to 8 pm every Saturday. She is also accepts intimate, group, and special event reservations.

              Auntie Pat’s carmel cake.

With the support of hungry healthy diners she has successfully ran her kitchen with love for the past 8 months here in the heart of “Soulville” along with with 2 years at her previous location. So the next time you looking for a meatless approach to healthier eating with some natural healing for your mind, body and soul, remember the HouseTaRaunt on the hill.

I forgot to mention Shef Sugar, has a recipe book called Shukriyyah’s Southern Soulful Veggie Recipes. She also uses her HouseTaRaunt to support and network with others, every 3 months she host the Christian~Jewish~Muslim dialogue. When you stop by for dinner ask her to enlighten you on this wonderful fellowship.

As I sat an watched patrons come and go I got it, her soulful style with her soulful cooking is enough to have you just stop by for a visit. When you stop by tell her Butterflyy sent you!

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Cash Savers Big Opening – Packed to the Gills

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Cash savers big opening 

Packed to the gills

By Rick James

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As a 30+ year Memphis resident, I am comfortable in saying this is my home. My wife and I have raised a family here and started the Cash Saver business. Recently, we celebrated the grand opening of our 4th Cash Saver location in Memphis. When Kroger vacated that space on South Third, it was big news in our city. It would leave that neighborhood in dire straits with respect to access to a full-service grocer. 

We were approached by some advocates in the area and the seed was planted. Our store provides an excellent solution for fixed and low-income neighborhoods. The deep discount pricing formula is applied to every item in the store. Our customers have access to fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh meat and fully staffed meat department in addition to local, national and store brands. Our focus is always on affordability, access and quality. Everyone deserves eat well and to eat enough. It was a very important move to us as this particular store filled a gaping hole. We are the only grocery within a 3-mile radius. In neighborhoods where both budget and transportation can be issues, Cash Saver is a great option.

We operate and build our business with all of these factors in mind. While we are a business but we are also a part of a community. We care and as good neighbors, we invest in those communities. Giving back is important to me personally but is also a part of our corporate culture. The first thing that I was taught over 40 years ago on my first job in a grocery store was that the lifeblood of a store is its loyal customers. If you want the residents to be loyal and embrace you as their store, you need to be a part of the fiber of that neighborhood by contributing back to other important aspects of their life. In addition to community events that we sponsor and support, we feel that by saving customers money on their food bill, we help them meet other financial needs they face.

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Our experience with our other Cash Saver stores has been that customers travel from a further distance than to a conventional supermarket. We expect to attract a diverse group of customers from the immediate neighborhood, but also from downtown Memphis, and across the river in West Memphis because of how easy this store is to get to from those areas.

Each day our store has been packed to the gills, which to me is indicative of how great the need is. And, the South Memphis community has welcomed us with open arms – including the “Mapco Lady.” We are so very grateful for our friends and supporters. We hope to continue building and serving our neighbors in the city. We are Memphis and Memphis is us!

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Sparkling Nights 2018 – SRVS // JustMyMemphis

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SRVS Sparkling nights

Auction, food, and wine tasting gala

By Matt Woo

20th Annual Sparkling Nights

Shelby Residential and Vocational Services (SRVS) held its 20th annual Sparkling Nights auction, food and wine tasting gala on Aug. 11 at Hilton Memphis, and what a night it was.

Having joined SRVS only two months ago, this was my first Sparkling Nights, and I’m proud of the event my colleagues and I helped put together. Sparkling Nights is our largest fundraiser of the year, and since its inception in 1999, the event has raised more than $2 million to support SRVS programs, including children’s services, residential supports, and employment. SRVS is the state’s largest provider of services for people with disabilities and provides services to more than 1,600 annually.The evening began with a short welcoming speech by SRVS executive director Tyler Hampton and an introduction of our board members. Shortly after, the crowd of more than 600 mixed and mingled and ate foods provided by 17 of Memphis’ finest restaurants, including Capital Grille, Krewe of DeJavu, Libro at Laurelwood and Buckley’s Grill. Luckily I was able to walk around and sample some of the delicious samples.

In addition to food, 22 wineries and one brewery were on hand to provide beverages to guests. While guests ate and drank, they also bid on nearly 100 items in our silent auction. Items up for auction included gift certificates to various restaurants, tickets to a University of Memphis basketball game, vacation packages and more. 

Sparkling nights event

The highlight of the evening was SRVS board member and volunteer John Barzizza receiving a commemorative plaque and wine bottle for his years of dedicated service.  Barzizza’s commitment to SRVS spans more than two decades. When he first became a SRVS volunteer in the late 1990s, his son, John, was supported by SRVS. His other son, Justin, also was supported in SRVS’ residential program. Determined to find a way to raise money for the group that helped his family, Barzizza and SRVS board members founded the Spirit of SRVS fundraiser. The event name was later changed to Sparkling Nights in 2016.

Another highlight of Sparkling Nights was the live auction, led by WMC-TV chief meteorologist Ron Childers. His excitement and energy was infectious and heartfelt, and the crowd loved it. The evening was capped off by a moving dance by the SRVS Star Performers and songs performed by the SRVS Singers, who sang “With a Little Help from My Friends” and “Reach Out and Touch.” The party continued until after 11 p.m. as Tiger City Entertainment provided music, which kept partiers on the dance floor for the remainder of the evening

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Butcher Board Festival 2018

Butcher Board Festival 2018

Butcher Board Festival

2018

By Alden Zuck

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Butcher Board Festival

The Butcher Festival is an event which contains venders from all over who come to present themselves and what they do best. It is filled with wine tasting, whiskey tasting, countless meat selections, homemade jelly, live music, and so much more. This event sells out quickly, and it’s easy to see why! The place gets packs with all kinds of people looking to experience something new through the art of taste testing. 

When you first walk in and sign in showing your RSVP and ticket, they hand you a Butcher Board and a wine glass. These items are ones that you can fill up as many time as you want! You can truely experience a variety of things as this festival from top chefs and vendors in Memphis.

If you are a vendor and you want to be apart of the Butcher Board Festival 2019, then you better sign up quick here!

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Memphis = Open Mic Nights

Memphis = Open Mic Nights

Memphis = open mic Nights

explore local talent

By Butterflyy Allen – Guest Blogger

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It is said that there is nothing to do in Memphis. However, locals have plenty of activities available. Every night of the week  Memphians can gather at open mic nights to hear sultry sounds, poetic verses, liberal thoughts, or even comedy, music, and dance. We have a wide variety of talented souls in the fair city of Memphis. The rich history and culture that is here is not just music and Beale Street. It’s also in the mayhem of poetry. One of my greatest loves and passion is the art of words. On any given night here in the city you can indulge in Neo-Soul, spoken word, or fantasy, that comes to life in the dimly lit, intimate setting of local venue.

The Word

Monday nights are always awesome at The Word. The Word is an open mic spearheaded by one of Memphis’ own internationally recognized poets, Darius “PhatMak” Clayton. Every Monday at 8pm, you are invited to the warm and artsy setting of Slice of Soul Pizza on Madison Avenue. There is a cover charge of $5.00 with food and drink for purchase.

The walls of this establishment are lined with the local artists’ renditions of self expression. It holds plenty of seating options with a family atmosphere. Some might rumble a bit because their voice cannot always be heard over the laughter or cries of children, but overall it’s a great experience. The pool of poets, comics, singers, and dancers all come together in one united front for the arts.

When I first ventured into the building for open mic, the food was on point. I loved the veggie pizza, which used to be loaded with everything. Now it’s okay at best. On any given Monday night, you can expect your trip to The Word to cost you about $20, with food and drink purchases.

 

Mot & Ed’s Southern Eatery

Tuesday nights, you can catch the bi-monthly open mic at Mot & Ed’s Southern Eatery, home of the double stuffed turkey burger. If you are a Memphian and you have not visited Mot & Ed’s, then you have not seen your city. Starting September, open mic will be held every other Tuesday. Sign-up begins at eight, first come, first serve. Again, poets, singers. dancers, comics, and the like are invited to sign up. The cost is $3 if you are performing, $5 for supporters or spectators. This is a small cozy, intimate venue. The open mic is hosted by different artists throughout the city, so no one person has the spotlight, and of course you can also order food.

Mot & Ed’s is operated by Edna Hawkins, the cook. Table seating is available but limited. The menu has an array of choices, however, if it’s a packed house there will be a lengthy wait, because everything is cooked to order. I keep it simple, as my order usually consists of fried okra. Your Tuesday tab can run you a crisp $20 bill.

 

Clicks hump day comedy show

Wednesday nights does not belong to poetry, but there are many things you can get into on a Wednesday night. 8:30 p.m. at Clicks, it is Hump Day Comedy hosted by Oscar Pruitt. Clicks is a sports bar off of Winchester in Riverdale. You can join the open mic, enjoy food and drinks from the bar, and play a little pool. My handful of visits was to support my comic associates, and it is just not my type of setting. There are drinks and bar food like wings. You can most likely bring a $20 and be comfortable with one drink and one menu item.

brinson’s Open mic

Thursday nights is Brinson’s Chicken and Waffles, they have an open mic that’s little known. The crowd is small but it’s family, and you can grab something to eat and drink. It’s not as intimidating as a room full of strangers, so grab the mic, your talent has a platform.

Brinson’s is welcoming and it has a lot of character, with open floor plan and table seating. They have a pool table, mixed drinks, and a cook that knows how to fry some good Southern fish. I also love their fried okra, when they have it. So on any given Thursday, you can join the open mic crew at Brinson’s. You can look to spend about $25 on drinks and a menu item.

 

 

Art Unplugged

Every 2nd and 4th Sunday, Art Unplugged has featured artists from Memphis and surrounding areas, showcasing their love of words. Blow Hookah Lounge & Cigar Bar in Cordova welcomes all to embrace the mic.
 
I like the welcoming feel, it’s spacious has a pool table to the back which could be a little bit of a distraction during the performance. The bar is wide open, the food is good and the price is moderate. However, the talent is off the chain. You should arrive early for better seating, and line your pockets with about $30-$35 because there is a $10 cover charge. 

Visit one of Memphis’ many open mic nights and enjoy the local talent and good food, or showcase some talent of your own!

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Ellen “Butterflyy” Allen currently resides in Memphis, TN, where she is a GirlBoss. With ventures in the arts community as an author and poet, she credits being a native New Orleanian as the foundation for her welcoming nature. Ellen also finds great passion in the many hats she adorns as a writing coach, speaker, entertainment host, blogger, and talk radio co-host. She writes “To Her for Her”, the theme behind BSLinspire/Breaking the Silence through LIterature (the non-profit she founded in 2011). Ellen is also a mother of three and grandmother to three GrandKings.

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