Jan 172014


This post is very long overdue. I first visited the Slider Inn shortly after they opened and found the burgers not very spectacular at all. Since then I’ve been back at least a dozen times and have never once been disappointed. The menu always has a nice variety of sliders to mix and match, with my favorite slider being the Big Deuce. It’s a double patty slider with lettuce, tomato, pickle, bacon and cheese. It’s a meal in itself. Try ordering three of them! If you’re a fan of mushroom and swiss, you can’t beat Slider Inn’s. It’s the perfect combination of gooey melted swiss and sautéed mushrooms. The last time I was there, I mixed it up with a buffalo chicken slider. Delicious as well! These are awesome little burgers that are full of flavor. They’re juicy and they’re cooked perfectly to order. Add the hand-cut shoestring fries and a side of bourbon mayo and you have something really special going on. Right now, this burger is easily top 5 in Memphis.


I give the burgers at Slider Inn 4.5 out of 5 stars. It’s a 180 from my original post and very well deserved.

The Slider Inn
2117 Peabody Ave
Memphis, TN 38104
(901) 725-1155

If you have a favorite burger that you think is Memphis’ best or that I need to try and review, please drop a note in my suggestion box.

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