- Murphys Coupons
- Cuisine: Grill , Bar , American
- Accepts Credit Card: Yes
- Parking : Street
- Atmosphere: Normal
- Take Reservations: Yes
- Serves Alcohol: Yes
- Smoking Allowed: No
Murphys is a Grill restaurant. It's located at 1589 Madison Ave in Memphis, TN .
About Murphys in Memphis
People online claim that Murphys is . Murphys also provides Grill cuisine, accepts credit card, and no parking . FriendsEAT Members have given the restaurant a rating 9 out 10 based on 1 total reviews.
This implies the restaurant is pretty well liked.
Located between the Plaza and Canyon Road, 315 sits within easy walking distance from most downtown hotels. On the night we visited, most people wanted to eat outside so there was a wait for those tables. We walked into the wine bar which looked like fun but was hotter than heck. We decided to go inside the restaurant, and were given our choice of two nice tables. It was hard to tell if the restaurant was going for French Country casual or something more elegant. Our server wore jeans and a denim shirt under his white apron, while others were dressed more formally, as were the diners. The white tablecloths and well-lit paintings seemed to point towards elegant, but then there were the campy, badly-made red sunflower curtains (I know, I know??? they???re trying to remind us of Provence???) and the server station piled up with junk in the hallway. Also, the rump-numbing narrow reed-seated wooden chairs successfully cut off any circulation to our legs. Once we got into the food and wine, though, our mood improved. We started with a bottle of Cuvaison Chardonnay (Carneros) recommended by our server. The choice was refreshing on a hot evening. I ordered one of the special salads of the evening ??? baby arugula, baby asparagus, and goat cheese truffles with candied beets. I ate every bite. My husband went with the French onion soup - ???Good.??? As for the main course, the halibut???s lightly crispy exterior gave way to a tender, perfectly cooked inside. Fingerling potatoes saut??ed in duck fat along with thinly sliced leeks formed a succulent bed for the fish. Steak au poivre with a mountain of frites came out cooked perfectly to order. The meal with a $50 bottle of wine totaled $133.