Late Night Eats Watch Party

Join us on Thursday, October 25, 2018 at The Vault on GE Patterson for our Late Night Eats Watch Party. The show will air at 9PM, but we will be serving happy hour drinks and food specials from 8PM-10PM in addition to our regular menu. We will be raffling The Vault’s logo merchandise and restaurant gift cards. The restaurant will be open regular business hours (11AM until 11PM) that day. Stop in and stay a while!

The Vault Appearing on Late Night Eats

Get ready Memphis! Late Night Eats is coming to The Vault of GE Patterson along with Atomic Tiki and South of Beale. The Memphis episode will Air October 25, 2018 at at 9PM CST on Cooking Channel. The show will re-air October 26th at 1AM, November 4th at 10AM, November 15th at 9:30PM and November 16th at 1:30AM. Tune in LIVE or set your DVR now!

Details: Jordan Andino is in Memphis -- a city known for barbecue and the blues -- to check out the late-night food scene. He's firing up the evening with some Southern-style Polynesian fare at Atomic Tiki -- a hidden oasis in Overton Park -- to try their pork belly steamed buns and Polynesian meatballs. Next, it's off to South Main for a taste of share plates from around the world including Duck Confit Fried Rice topped with a perfect, yolky egg at South of Beale. His last stop is just a trolley ride away at The Vault -- a late-night hot spot built in a former bank building serving up cool beers and delicious comfort foods with true Southern hospitality. He gets a look at their famous dinner-style Smash Burger before trying the most mind-blowing bread pudding of his life made with their award-winning biscuits.

Get more details here.

48 Hours in Memphis:


I recommend staying in Downtown Memphis as there is so much history there and a ton to do. One of my favorite hotels is the Madison Hotel. It is an example of the vision that Memphis leaders had to preserve and renovate downtown properties. The stylish Art Deco-inspired Madison Hotel was built in 1905 and is known for its rooftop bar. The views of the Mississippi River are breathtaking, and live music is part of the mix.

Once you are checked in, head to Patterson Street for a quick cocktail at Vault Memphis, the first frost rail bar in the city. If you aren’t in the know, a frost rail creates a crisp, dry frost on the bartop to keep your beverages chilled. Vault Memphis has gorgeous interiors with lots of luscious wood and exposed brick.

Read Elizabeth’s full blog post here: 48 Hours in Memphis
Styleblueprint Southern Edition
Elizabeth Fox
September 19, 2017

Key To The Vault in downtown Memphis: Just Eat

I had no idea what a frost rail bar was and when I read that The Vault had one, I’d already been there once and hadn’t even noticed it. So I made a point of heading straight for the bar on my second visit, to be sure I didn’t miss what Google had shown me was a genius invention: An approximately 4-inch wide rail of frost-topped ice extending the length of the bar.

“No more warm beer,” I told my co-workers. “What’s warm beer?” they asked me before launching into a discussion of how there should be such rails at Grizzlies’ games, where the beers are so large they could get warm.

Not gonna happen, but you can belly up to the bar here, keep your drinks cold and play in the snow a bit.

“People make snowmen and do all kinds of things,” said chef Aaron Winters. “I’ve seen frost rails where they have little Tonka truck snow plows on them.”

Novelty or necessity—you decide. I like it, and I also like The Vault.

Read the full story here: Key To The Vault in downtown Memphis: Just Eat

Jennifer Biggs
Commercial Appeal
July 20, 2017