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Jedzenie i restauracje w: Memphis

Najlepsze restauracje

Bar z grillem
“Slow smoked Memphis Style. Open daily 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. This locally owned barbecue chain features juicy, wet, or dry-rubbed ribs, saucy pulled pork sandwiches, even loaded barbecue nachos piled high with pulled pork, ‘cue sauce, cheese sauce, shredded cheese, and jalapeños. Don’t miss the crispy, kettle-style homemade barbecue chips. And while you’re there, try a locally brewed beer from Memphis Made, Wiseacre, Ghost River, or High Cotton breweries.”
  • Poleca 68 lokalnych gospodarzy
Restauracja
“Best spicy, juicy, fried chicken in the Mid-South! Open daily 11 a.m. - 9 p.m., weekends until 10 p.m.”
  • Poleca 52 lokalnych gospodarzy
Miejsce koncertowe
“In Overton Square district. Great place to listen to live music! Food menu is STRONG as well. ”
  • Poleca 56 lokalnych gospodarzy
Kawiarnia
“If one coffee shop fully encompasses the artsy vibe of Memphis’ Midtown district, it’s Otherlands. Full-length windows across the front of the shop allow natural light to pour into the funky, colorful space that’s 􀉤lled with sofas, tables decorated with decoupage, mismatched chairs, and at any given time, Midtowners of all ages typing away on laptops, sketching in notebooks, or engaging in deep conversation. Also it offers fresh carrot juice and homemade Italian sodas on the menu, and the food consists of veggie burgers, kosher bagels (with dairy or vegan cream cheese), tuna melts and breakfast burritos.”
  • Poleca 40 lokalnych gospodarzy
Bar śniadaniowy
“Stepping into The Arcade Restaurant feels like stepping back into Memphis’ glory days when Elvis reigned supreme. This 1950s-style diner actually dates back to 1919, making it Memphis’ oldest continuously operating restaurant. The space was redesigned in the ’50s by owner Speros Zepatos’ son Harry, and it hasn’t changed much since. Diners feast on greasy breakfasts and meat-and-three plates atop boomerang-style tables. Elvis was a fan of the Arcade, and his favorite booth is marked with a plaque. The restaurant is often used as a film location and has made appearance in Mystery Train, Great Balls of Fire!, The Client, The Firm, 21 Grams, Elizabethtown, Walk the Line, and My Blueberry Nights.”
  • Poleca 37 lokalnych gospodarzy
Bar z grillem
“A local favorite! This is the place to be if you are in Memphis and would like to try barbecue. The restaurant specialized in "dry rub" style ribs. ”
  • Poleca 34 lokalnych gospodarzy
Restauracja
“Brunch, Lunch or Dinner. Has a mid century vibe. Pricing is Moderate to inexpensive depending on your budget. 2 people could spend $50 bucks without drinks and be full. 5 min from the bungalow. ”
  • Poleca 47 lokalnych gospodarzy
Bar Dive
“I could tell you stories about this place, but they would be best told over a drink while you're at the space. This old dive bar was once home to a brothel, and the rooms upstairs are still intact, with peeling paint and various pieces of old mismatched furniture. A couple of hair-stylist sisters -- Earnestine and Hazel -- eventually turned the 1930's pharmacy into a cafe, Russell George purchased the building in 1992 and re-opened it as a dive bar, leaving the building mostly untouched. These days, Earnestine & Hazel’s offers a glimpse into Memphis’ past, along with greasy “Soul Burgers,” pool, beers, and a famous haunted jukebox that’s known to play songs all hours of the night.”
  • Poleca 48 lokalnych gospodarzy

Kawiarnie

Kawiarnia
“If one coffee shop fully encompasses the artsy vibe of Memphis’ Midtown district, it’s Otherlands. Full-length windows across the front of the shop allow natural light to pour into the funky, colorful space that’s 􀉤lled with sofas, tables decorated with decoupage, mismatched chairs, and at any given time, Midtowners of all ages typing away on laptops, sketching in notebooks, or engaging in deep conversation. Also it offers fresh carrot juice and homemade Italian sodas on the menu, and the food consists of veggie burgers, kosher bagels (with dairy or vegan cream cheese), tuna melts and breakfast burritos.”
  • Poleca 40 lokalnych gospodarzy
Bar śniadaniowy
“Stepping into The Arcade Restaurant feels like stepping back into Memphis’ glory days when Elvis reigned supreme. This 1950s-style diner actually dates back to 1919, making it Memphis’ oldest continuously operating restaurant. The space was redesigned in the ’50s by owner Speros Zepatos’ son Harry, and it hasn’t changed much since. Diners feast on greasy breakfasts and meat-and-three plates atop boomerang-style tables. Elvis was a fan of the Arcade, and his favorite booth is marked with a plaque. The restaurant is often used as a film location and has made appearance in Mystery Train, Great Balls of Fire!, The Client, The Firm, 21 Grams, Elizabethtown, Walk the Line, and My Blueberry Nights.”
  • Poleca 37 lokalnych gospodarzy
Piekarnia
“Muddy’s opened its original East Memphis location as a cupcake and pastry shop, but when the popular bakery expanded to Midtown, owner Kat Gordon opted to make gourmet coffee drinks the new location’s focus. Of course, you can still get all of Muddy’s locally famous cupcakes at the coffee house location, but at the Cooper-Young spot, you can wash them down with espresso drinks, teas, and drip coffees. Muddy’s Grind House is located in an old historic home, and it boasts one of the largest coffeehouse patios in town. Order a caramel cream latte and a Prozac cupcake (chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream), and enjoy them from the breezy patio overlooking busy Cooper St.”
  • Poleca 40 lokalnych gospodarzy
Bar
“Great sandwiches, pool, and Foosball in the Cooper-Young area. Open 11 a.m. - 3 a.m.”
  • Poleca 42 lokalnych gospodarzy
Kawiarnia
“The original location of this now local coffee chain and serves up Illy coffee, and customers can order it prepared by drip, cold brew, or French press. The specialty coffee menu offers up unique drinks -- often with Memphis-inspired names. The shop offers plenty of working space and a separate room for private meetings. There’s a full breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu of wraps, salads, burgers, and gourmet hot dogs. It's best known for its creamy baked mac & cheese, which is loaded with feta, Parmesan, and bacon. Try it in the Devil’s pot pie stuffed with mac & cheese and spicy chicken) for a real treat.”
  • Poleca 33 lokalnych gospodarzy
Kawiarnia
“Bluff City Coffee opens at 6:30 a.m., which may be the earliest you can get a coffee downtown, and specializes in Italian-style espresso beverages.”
  • Poleca 8 lokalnych gospodarzy
Grocery or Supermarket
“Boutique market with all the essentials inc wine and beer. Food Trucks on Wednesday nights. ”
  • Poleca 11 lokalnych gospodarzy
Piekarnia
“Elvis. The original owner of this funky Midtown-area coffeehouse was an Elvis fanatic, so the backroom at Java Cabana is a virtual shrine to all things related to the King. It’s a frequent haunt of poets, especially on Thursday night open mic nights, and Java Cabana also often hosts acoustic acts. The flavored coffee drinks have Memphis-centric names: Mystery Train (vanilla hazelnut espresso with steamed milk and whipped cream), the Lisa Marie (dark roast with cocoa and raspberry), and the Jerry Lee (a double shot of espresso with dark roast coffee). The food menu is heavy on vegetarian selections (veggie quesadilla, meatless sloppy Joes, veggie burgers).”
  • Poleca 14 lokalnych gospodarzy

Piekarnie

Piekarnia
“Muddy’s opened its original East Memphis location as a cupcake and pastry shop, but when the popular bakery expanded to Midtown, owner Kat Gordon opted to make gourmet coffee drinks the new location’s focus. Of course, you can still get all of Muddy’s locally famous cupcakes at the coffee house location, but at the Cooper-Young spot, you can wash them down with espresso drinks, teas, and drip coffees. Muddy’s Grind House is located in an old historic home, and it boasts one of the largest coffeehouse patios in town. Order a caramel cream latte and a Prozac cupcake (chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream), and enjoy them from the breezy patio overlooking busy Cooper St.”
  • Poleca 40 lokalnych gospodarzy
Kawiarnia
“The original location of this now local coffee chain and serves up Illy coffee, and customers can order it prepared by drip, cold brew, or French press. The specialty coffee menu offers up unique drinks -- often with Memphis-inspired names. The shop offers plenty of working space and a separate room for private meetings. There’s a full breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu of wraps, salads, burgers, and gourmet hot dogs. It's best known for its creamy baked mac & cheese, which is loaded with feta, Parmesan, and bacon. Try it in the Devil’s pot pie stuffed with mac & cheese and spicy chicken) for a real treat.”
  • Poleca 33 lokalnych gospodarzy
Piekarnia
“If you don’t know what Gibson’s is, go grab one in the morning while it is fresh. Alton Brown once described it as the perfect doughnut. It has a great chew, and the icing is great. It’s not earth shattering, but it’s a great doughnut. If you’re out late, Gibson’s is also open 24hours. ****see the post about Gus’ chicken****”
  • Poleca 13 lokalnych gospodarzy
Piekarnia
“Elvis. The original owner of this funky Midtown-area coffeehouse was an Elvis fanatic, so the backroom at Java Cabana is a virtual shrine to all things related to the King. It’s a frequent haunt of poets, especially on Thursday night open mic nights, and Java Cabana also often hosts acoustic acts. The flavored coffee drinks have Memphis-centric names: Mystery Train (vanilla hazelnut espresso with steamed milk and whipped cream), the Lisa Marie (dark roast with cocoa and raspberry), and the Jerry Lee (a double shot of espresso with dark roast coffee). The food menu is heavy on vegetarian selections (veggie quesadilla, meatless sloppy Joes, veggie burgers).”
  • Poleca 14 lokalnych gospodarzy
Piekarnia
“Best cheesecake in the world and don’t forget to try their coffee! It tastes like cake! ”
  • Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Piekarnia
“If you've never had a cupcake or baked good from Muddy's, then you are missing out! ”
  • Poleca 13 lokalnych gospodarzy
Piekarnia
“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.”
  • Poleca 6 lokalnych gospodarzy
Restauracja
“When you walk through the doors of La Baguette, the first thing you notice is the fragrance – a warm, wonderful, can’t-wait-to-eat-this smell that beckons you in. A delectable which of rich brewed coffee completes the bouquet, and you know you are in a place where good food is lovingly prepared and carefully crafted. And from your first taste, you will not be disappointed! From the indulgence of the pastries to the heartier fare of the café, La Baguette has been pleasing palates in Memphis since 1976 with unique family recipes, high quality ingredients, and love of what they do.”
  • Poleca 5 lokalnych gospodarzy
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