Interstate Bar-B-Q & Restaurant
2265 S 3rd St, Memphis, TN 38109
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People Magazine - rated as the second-best barbecue in the nation.
Vogue magazine - pronounced Interstate the best commercial barbecue in Memphis.
The Commercial Appeal - named Interstate Bar-B-Que as the home of the best all-around pork barbecue sandwich in the city.
USA Today - Best place in America for a pork BBQ sandwich.
Cuisines: Caterers, Barbecue
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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I ordered a large rib plate and I was very disssapointed. The ribs look liked they had been eaten off , there was no meat. My sides were sloppy served all together. I have visited many times and was very satisified but this time I was very disssapointed in the quality and quantity of the food. Zero stars
This is place is great for it's food and the founder. The full rack is the altenative example of a typical all you can eat feature in restaurants. Rendevous and Corkys better run for their money because they got some competition. This place would be perfect if someone could remove those annoying little naggers called waitresses.
04/21/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I would DEFINITELY NOT recommend this place to ANYONE! The food was fair-at best. The only hot item was the fries. The service was awful! From the reviews I'm reading, the only consistency is how bad the service is!
Unfortunately, a number of the reviews for the Neely's are not much better. I'm just glad I didn't go there. I'm sure the prices are higher and if the quality and/or service are no better-oh well, you got me this time!
WOW!!! I The best BBQ I ever had. It was sooo good I even sent a large family package to the family in Californiam and they agreed with me. They were kind, attentive and the food couldn't be beat. I love their food and the BBQ spaghetti is WONDERFUL. Do try this one
The customer service that we recieved, on May 2, 2010, was unacceptable. We were talked to and treated so ugly. This restaurant was choose, due to the world wide exposure that it has repeatly received. Apparently, the exposure has made the staff think that they are above their customers and that they do not need any, more business.
02/07/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Jim Neeleys is the WORST BBQ
We saw Jim Neeleys on the Travel channel and stopped in while in Memphis last week. Needless to say, I wish we hadn't. It was nothing like shown on TV!! When we first arrived, no one came to seat us, we just stood there watching a woman count money at the register. She never even looked up. Finally someone came to seat us and she was really friendly. After taking our drink order and delivering our drinks, she sat down in a boothe behind us to let us choose our food. Slumped in the boothe is a better choice of words. We ordered the Sampler which sounded good and she assured us it was enough for two people. When the food arrived I was appalled!! The tiny bowls of slaw, beans were certainly NOT enough for two people! We were given two slices of very dry, loaf bread on a saucer. It tasted like it had been sitting out on a counter for a while. I was dissappointed with the bbq also. I was expecting something really great according to the reviews on TV. The atmosphere was good. Lots of old pictures on the wall. But we didn't go for the look of the place, we went to have award winning food, which we did not get. We started to go to the other Neeleys place shown on TV, I wish we had.....maybe it would have been better. I don't think it could have been worse.