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The soulful sound of an electric guitar fills the air as you stroll along the streets of downtown Memphis. You’ve always wanted to visit this city made famous by the myriad musicians who’ve called it home, and now you’re finally here. And better yet, you’ve got your cuddly companion tagging along for the trip. Thanks to the pet-friendly hotels in Memphis, TN, you’re able to enjoy all the sights and sounds this storied city has to offer.

Before discovering Bluff City for yourself, here answers to a couple of questions you might have:

What are the best foods to eat while in Memphis with your dog?

Eager to take a bite out of this town? In addition to the many Memphis pet-friendly hotels, there are dozens of restaurants in town that are more than happy have you and your four-legged friend as guests. Here are a few of our top suggestions:

  • Central BBQ: Seeing as Memphis is known as the “Barbecued Pork Capital of the World,” it’s one dish you should fit into your schedule (and your gullet) while in town. And what better place to give a go than at this down-home, dog-friendly restaurant where all the meats are slow smoked.
  • Cheffie’s Café: Build your own sandwich or salad, or just lean back with a hand-crafted beer at this relaxed eatery that welcomes animals and their hungry owners to come sit for a spell.
  • South of Beale: With menu items including duck-fried rice, maple bacon-braised Brussel sprouts, and “Jack & Coke” bread pudding, it’s no wonder this gastropub is so popular with the locals. And the fact that you can bring your pooch makes it even better.

Is it easy getting from downtown Memphis to Graceland with your dog?

Getting to Graceland from downtown Memphis is a breeze thanks to the proximity of Elvis’s estate to the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll. If you’ve got your own set of wheels, you and your pup can simply take I-40 E for a mile or so, then cruise down I-69 just 9 more miles until you arrive at the King’s palace.

If you’d rather take public transportation to Graceland, hopping aboard a southbound shuttle couldn’t be easier. The Memphis Area Transit Authority welcomes you and your furry friend onboard local buses, shuttles, and trolleys but there are some caveats. Service animals can accompany you just as they are, but all other creatures must be in some sort of carrier before bringing them onto any public vehicle.

Be forewarned that in the eyes of Graceland, your canine companion ain’t nothing but a hound dog and is not allowed on the grounds. So plan ahead for a doggie day care in the Graceland area or leave your hunka burning love at the hotel until you’ve gotten your Elvis fix.

Ready to rock and roll your way through this crown jewel of the southern states? Travelocity takes all the hassle out of booking a vacation at any time of year. So whether you want a room at the Peabody Memphis, the Days Inn Memphis at Graceland, or any of the other dog-friendly hotels in Memphis, count on us to present you with the web’s best deals. So why wait another minute to plan the trip of your dream? Book today and you could be living it up at a live jazz concert tomorrow.

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