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Lunch at Corky's

One of the places we went to during our US family trip last year was Memphis. :D And as I mentioned in my previous posts related to the place HERE and HERE, I did enjoy the place soooo much because of the culture, the music and of course, the food!

One of the places Tito Ed brought us to have lunch at was at the famous ribs place... Corky's!


Upon entering you're greeted by a wall full of signatures and pictures of celebrities (athletes, politicians, actors etc).
We wanted to post our pics and sign it... but no one asked us to!!! What were they thinking?!? They were missing a chance of a lifetime. Haha!

The place was cozy, warm and inviting with all those brick walls and lights. :D


Off to the famous ribs. You'll be given the option to try it dry or with sauce. Our waiter insisted that the dry version was a crowd favorite but of course we just needed to try both of them :D

Ribs smothered with sauce


The Dry ribs

They also had their special sauce selection (you can see it on the 2nd to the last pic beside the smothered with sauce ribs). Just like Racks, it had a spicy version and an original one. :)

Given the chance that we'll visit Memphis again we will definitely be back at Corky's :D

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

kg said…
ang sarap ng ribsss!!!! natakam ako!
docgelo said…
nakakagutom naman ito, cza!
chyng said…
+1 KG. drooling right now!
princess_dyanie said…
So anu mas masarap, yung dry or yung may sauce?

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