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Tamp and Tap

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February 12, 2020
Whether you’re looking to grind or unwind, Tamp & Tap has you covered. This Downtown shop offers both coffee drinks and local craft beers. If you’re just getting started for the day, the Tennessean (a white-chocolate caramel latte) is not to be missed. Enjoy it in the spacious dining room with an…
January 20, 2020
A place that's perfect for worker bees and students! Tons of comfortable chairs, great coffee and food. And if you ever need a break, hop over to the gaming area where you can play some old school games like Pac Man and Super Mario.
October 2, 2019
Great coffee, strong WiFi, old school game console to pass the time.
May 4, 2018
Delicious coffee and cool atmosphere! Located downtown off of Main Street.
November 6, 2017
Delicious brunch with a good selection of Coffee (Delta Eagle is my favorite) & Beer !

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“Try out there $5 Martini Monday’s and Thursday’s from 5 p.m... Great brunch place and you won’t be disappointed. ”
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“A favorite among students at the University of Memphis, this small coffee shop is tucked away in a residential neighborhood, surrounded by modest homes near the city’s public university. This shop, a project developed through Mid-South Christian College, offers patrons a chance to give back as they enjoy their morning cup. Each month, the Avenue picks a different charity to which to donate a portion of its proceeds. In keeping with its mission of supporting local, the Avenue uses locally roasted beans from Reverb Coffee for its drinks and flavored lattes. Desserts range from pecan pie to orange cranberry muffins to ice cream. But they also have a bit heartier meals.”
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“Can't say its a big part of the music scene in Memphis, but it adds flavor.”
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“Home to endless -- and often amazing -- art shows, the Crosstown Arts area has sprouted up in anticipation of the redevelopment of the Sears building. The mesmerizing Beacon sculpture, also known as the “Bicycle Windmill," by Eli Gold and Colin Kidder greets visitors to the area. There are also several murals including the new I Love Memphis mural by Jay Crum and Kong Wee Pang. The Moonpie Project is a rotating mural series featuring new artists (from both Memphis and other cities) every two months. Now look up! The billboard "Jackie in the Secret Garden" is by Maritza Davila.”
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122 Gayoso Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
Telefon+1 901-207-1053