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Visit Beale Street Once You Move to Memphis

Perhaps the most exciting thing about using Memphis movers to relocate to a new home with your family is the opportunity to get to know a new city. Between exploring all of the delicious restaurants, new stores, and taking advantage of the city’s many parks, there is a ton of places to explore.

Your Memphis moving company knows all of the best places to visit if you are a new resident to Memphis, since they have been helping family’s move in for over four generations. That being said, there are certain places that every Memphis local needs to get familiar with – especially Beale Street.

Named one of the “most famous streets in America,” Beale Street first hit its peak in the roaring 20’s when it became known for its lively carnival atmosphere. People came from all over the state of Tennessee for the theaters, restaurants, stores, pawnshops, and live music. From the lively groups of people that frequented Beale Street, many famous blues songs were written, famous plays were put on, and local legends were born.

Upon using your Memphis movers to get settled into your new home, the row of stores are enough to make Beale Street the first destination you cross off your checklist of places in Memphis to visit. On Beale Street they have Memphis Music, home to the largest Blues specialty store in the world; Tater Red’s Lucky Mojo and Voodoo Healing, featuring one-of-a-kind gifts; and A. Swhwabs, which was established in 1876 and still carries Memphis goods to this day.

If that is not enough to convince you that this is one of the first places you need to visit once you finish having your Memphis moving company get you settled in your new home, then the delicious cuisine of the south will definitely get you down to Beale Street. First, make sure to stop by at Blues City Café, where people from all over come to enjoy some blues and barbecue. Or, if you are in the mood for some more lively music, then stop by Kings Palace Café for Cajun-style dishes with a side of jazz.

The best part about moving so close to Beale Street? The festivals that are put on throughout the year! Regardless of whether or not it is October and you are looking for a fun Halloween festival to go to, or you are in the mood to try something new at the Big Wheel Race on Beale on November – Beale Street has something for you!