The 2012 Spring NABC in Memphis, TN is sponsored by
The City of Memphis welcomes you to our grand city. Memphis, Tennessee is recognized as the home of Elvis Presley and as the birthplace of the blues. Did you know that Elvis's home, Graceland, is the second most visited house in the country - behind the White House in Washington, D.C.? But Graceland is only one of the many exciting sites, restaurants and attractions that you will want to see during your visit to Memphis.
All of the bridge play will be at the Memphis Cook Convention Center located at 255 N. Main Street.
There is so much to do, it may be difficult to choose a place to begin. However, should you take the Downtown Mall Trolley, it will save you a few steps as well as be a delightful experience. The electric antique Trolley runs up Main Street from the Pinch Historic District to the South Main Arts District, and provides transportation to hotels, Beale Street, restaurants and other local attractions.
Barbecue may be king on the Memphis food scene, but the flip side to it is anything goes – from lush, gourmet offerings to casual eateries that have locals lining up, the hits just keep coming on the city’s bourgeoning restaurant scene.
Memphis is where some of the world’s most famous music was made, and it’s still home to talented musicians who are a little soul, a little rock ‘n’ roll – and so much more. Use the trolley to see some of the best blues on famous Beale Street.