Southern Hospitality

Southern HospitalityName of Bar: Southern Hospitality
Location: New York City
Square Footage: 3,000
Capacity/Seats: 150
Open Date: July 18, 2007

Pickle Chips. Smoked Bologna Sandwiches. Dry-Rub Spareribs. Fried Green Tomatoes with Remoulade. Deep Fried BBQ Ribs. Southern Hospitality, a Memphis-style restaurant and bar located on 1460 Second Avenue at 76th Street, gives New Yorkers their first taste of authentic southern cuisine north of the Mason-Dixon Line.

True southern home-style cooking is nearly impossible to find in Manhattan, but the best barbeque in the country brings its flavor to New York’s Upper East Side with Southern Hospitality by treating patrons to a tantalizing menu of southern cuisine, capturing the taste and spirit of Ayala and Timberlake’s hometown of Memphis, Tenn.

The phrase “Southern Hospitality” has always had the idea that people of the South are particularly warm and welcoming and use proper local etiquette – calling one “Sir” or “Ma’am,” opening doors for ladies, inviting one to their home, and the like. a

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