This new East Memphis eatery finds its roots in family heritage and good food. Get to know the man behind the new restaurant and find out his top recommendations from the menu.
Memphis restaurants were some of the first in the country with a focus on chef-owned establishments with farm-to-table cuisine. Highlighted in national food magazines and winning national awards, if you are wondering where to eat in Memphis, there are many choices to meet your desires! For a full listing of our suggested restaurants in Memphis, categorized by neighborhood and/or cuisine, download the free SB App today at the Apple Store, HERE.
A kitchen fire couldn’t keep this beloved Memphis institution from reopening. Pete & Sam’s is back, serving the Italian fare and good times that have made it a Memphis favorite for the past 70 years.
Restaurants on wheels are offering up some of the most delicious and creative eats in town! Here are 16 must-try food trucks.
Rich in history and peppered with culinary hotspots and fun shopping, Downtown Memphis’ Front Street is making an exciting comeback! Image: Old Dominick
Hungry for a steak? Head downtown! A Southern-inspired steakhouse is the newest addition to the downtown Memphis dining scene.
Whether it’s getting active outdoors, enjoying a romantic dinner out or kicking back at home, weekends in Memphis are the best. Here’s how three local couples enjoy their weekends. Image: Loflin Yard
Memphis opens its first food hall, thus joining the culinary movement that has swept the nation. Take an inside look at the South Main Market in downtown Memphis! Image: Ronnell Bowens for Food Drank Culture
She brings out the beauty in Memphis’ neglected structures, preserving our city’s authentic character one building at a time. Meet Natalie Lieberman, our latest interior designer crush.
Charleston’s culinary scene is always evolving, growing and impressing. In the last year alone, five new restaurants have opened that may be reason enough to plan a getaway! Read on for the delicious scoop …
Indian Pass Raw Bar’s new spot near Overton Square is serving up the fresh Gulf seafood that made the original Florida hot spot famous.