You read the title of this blog correctly. Downtown Memphis now has one of the most vibrant grocery stores with a vibe that mirrors the culture of Memphis. We are excited to take you on a journey through the beauty of shopping seasonally, especially as we transition into the crisp and cozy days of fall and winter. At our store, we believe in embracing the rhythms of the seasons and are here to guide you on how to shop seasonally.
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Have you visited South Point Grocery lately? Come shop local! If so, you may have noticed that we offer a wide selection of locally sourced products, including beer, chips, and dairy items. As a local grocer, we take pride in providing the most locally sourced products of any grocery store in Memphis. We believe in the importance of supporting local businesses and investing in our community. Studies show that for every $100 spent at a local business, $68 to $73 goes back into the local economy. So, when you shop local with us, you are making a valuable and significant contribution to your neighborhood.
South Point Grocery exudes culinary sophistication in the heart of Memphis’ bustling downtown urban landscape. With its sleek design and an impressive array of local gourmet offerings, this modern grocery store has redefined the way we approach food shopping. When visiting the store, you will be pleased to find a wide range of items that will allow you to create a truly unforgettable charcuterie board for your next gathering. From savory cured meats to delectable cheeses and everything in between, you will surely find everything you need to impress your guests.
Uh, oh, it looks like your pantry is almost empty, and your refrigerator is looking bleak. It is likely time to head to the grocery store. Going through the aisles of a chain store can be overwhelming with eye-catching promotions everywhere. You have to navigate through the narrow aisles while pushing a bulky shopping cart and avoiding bumping into other shoppers. To make matters worse, waiting in a seemingly never-ending line can add to the stress of grocery shopping. However, it is a necessary task.
Your wallet and tastebuds will thank you if you know what produce is in season at your local grocery store. Although it is possible to find most types of produce all year round, their taste is incomparable when they are in season, and often when produce is in season, it is available at a lower price. For example, a tomato in the middle of winter cannot match the juicy and vibrant taste of a tomato in the summer.
When you think of places to see live music, we are pretty sure your neighborhood grocery store isn’t at the top of the list. Well, that’s another thing that makes South Point Grocery unique to other grocery stores. We are taking advantage of our gorgeous, covered patio by providing live music on Saturday afternoons to our community. We invite you to grab a delicious sandwich from our deli section and a refreshing cold beverage and hang out while enjoying some of the best Memphis musicians, accessible to all and with no age limit.
Cinco de Mayo is one of the best holidays to entertain guests. Who doesn’t love bright colors, fantastic food, and margaritas (or beer)? If you plan on having a festive Cinco de Mayo celebration, we have all the food items you need for the occasion at your South Main neighborhood grocery store, South Point Grocery. In addition, if you aren’t quite sure what food to serve, we can help in that department too. Here are a few suggestions to ensure your party is remembered not only for a time well spent with great friends but also for its delicious food!
South Point Grocery opened its doors a year ago, yet it is quickly becoming one of the most popular and unique grocery shopping experiences for those living downtown and nearby.
If you haven’t stopped by South Point Grocery in downtown Memphis yet, you’re missing out on a unique grocery shopping experience. South Point Grocery opened one year ago this month to fill the void for downtown residents. Grocery shopping doesn’t have to be a grueling, overwhelming chore. SPG was designed to be an easy and enjoyable grocery store, from the free street parking to the friendly checkout.
According to a recent census, 11,176 residents call downtown Memphis home. Those residents are split between the northern area of downtown, also known as Harbor Town. There is an assortment of gorgeous homes and condominiums close to the bluff and centuries-old apartments in the center of downtown. Now, a vast majority have also made a home in the vibrant southern area of downtown known as the South Main Arts District.