Make Thanksgiving this year as easy as pie! Order your Turkey Day meal to-go from one of these 11 local spots.
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.
Since we last updated you in the spring, talented chefs and entrepreneurs have brought some delicious new spots to town. Try these new Memphis restaurants ASAP! Image: 117 Prime
Looking for a fun spot to hang out after work? We’ve gathered a list of the top happy hour hangouts in Memphis, so pick your favorite, and we’ll see you there.
Chef Kelly English has reinvented Restaurant Iris, and the result is at once elegant and accessible. Here’s the scoop on one of Memphis’ iconic eateries.
The Shops at Saddle Creek is not your average shopping destination. Get the inside scoop on the surprising offerings and services of this beloved hangout!
Tucked in Collierville’s town square sits the Fayette County-founded Raven & Lily, a two-year-old dining destination that has, as of this August, quickly risen to become a neighborhood hot spot.
Gone are the days of a mediocre continental breakfast and drab room service. Today, we’re sharing five of the hotel restaurants where you’re just as likely to spot a local enjoying a meal as you are an out-of-towner. Here are five Southern hotel restaurants to put on your dining bucket list. Image: Henrietta’s
17 Berkshire serves up authentic French macarons, transcendent cakes and more. Owner and baker Nuha Abuduhair shares the story of her dreamy shop.
Milk Dessert Bar has quickly become a go-to Memphis spot for something sweet. The imaginative and delicious treats will have you indulging in every last bite!
From milkshakes to popsicles to snow cones, these seven spots have the perfect frozen sweet treats to cool you down on a sweltering hot Memphis day.