Slider Inn offers outside dining, alcoholic slushies, fries, and lobster rolls in both Midtown and Downtown. So, the Lobster Roll was Slider Inn’s biggest lure when it first launched. It was the only one in the Mid-South. They made it with lobster flown in from Maine three times a week. However, its most notable characteristics are its year-round climate-controlled patio and Jameson slushies. The new downtown location encapsulates everything we love about Midtown. They have Maine lobster rolls, housemade lemonade & cocktails served in a rustic hangout with a deck. The original is at Peabody Point, in the heart of Midtown. Their laid-back spot on the corner where most of the neighborhood comes to eat, drink, and play. They have spent over six years specializing in custom “sliders” or mini-sandwiches, dishing out burgers, chicken, fried green tomatoes, homemade meatballs, and more.
You are invited to have an L.U.I or “lemon under the influence” where they mix our freshly squeezed lemonade with vodka or enjoy a thirst-quenching housemade Jamieson Slushie. Proudly serving the Mid-South’s only authentic lobster roll, a savory delight prepared with fresh Maine lobster shipped in 3 times a week. They think they have the biggest deck in Midtown, but they are not into comparing! The age limit is 21 and over. Whether you want some pub grub or kick back at a great neighborhood bar, Slider Inn is the place for you. Our wide variety of mini burgers, ranging from longtime favorites like The Memphis and Chick-N-Fill-Ay to exciting variants like the Flat Iron (black angus steak) and Portabella Fella (balsamic-marinated mushroom cap), always hit the spot.
Spice up your Monday night with Sex Trivia on the patio while experiencing the delicate deliciousness that is Memphis’ First (and best) Lobster Roll, made with fresh Maine lobster flown in live three times a week, then wash it down with a world-famous Jameson Slushie: Jameson Irish Whiskey, fresh-squeezed lemonade, ginger beer and a few extra secret ingredients nobody knows about. No matter what you’re after, Slider Inn is the corner neighborhood bar that delivers every time. After opening Bardog Tavern in Downtown Memphis in 2008, Aldo saw the potential for this little gem. He had a vision for rebranding this intersection as “Peabody Point,” the focal point for a young, eclectic neighborhood that loves to entertain friends and family while enjoying the sweet sights and sounds of Midtown Memphis. So with the heart of a blue-collar mechanic and the soul of an old delta bluesman, Slider Inn was born.