Two chefs — one creating sublime savory dishes, the other making marvelous desserts — are breathing new life into Interim Restaurant. How sweet (and savory) it is!
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.
Make Thanksgiving this year as easy as pie! Order your turkey day meal to-go from one of these 11 local spots.
This locally owned, independent bookstore with in-house eatery, Libro, is Memphis’ new community gathering hub. Eat, drink, read and socialize at Novel.
With a makeover and a creative culinary duo at the helm, the Dixon Gallery and Gardens’ cafe, Park + Cherry, is a lunchtime destination in its own right. Image: Park + Cherry
Whether you’re looking for a light lunch or a delicious, elevated dinner, we have rounded up the best restaurants in Memphis for any occasion!
Crosstown Concourse’s newest eatery is an urban-casual gathering spot where you can grab a tasty bite, watch a game, visit with friends and play a board game. Image: Next Door American Eatery
SEC fans, listen up. It doesn’t matter if you’re home or away — as long as you’re in an SEC town, you’re in luck. Here’s where you’ll find tasty BBQ in every SEC city! Image: Sweet P’s
Enjoy a “Front Porch Sipper” and tasty snacks as the sun goes down over the Mighty Mississippi at Beale Street Landing’s new eatery, The Front Porch. Image: Majestic Hospitality Group
Restaurants on wheels are offering up some of the most delicious and creative eats in town! Here are 10 must-try food trucks.
South Main’s newest eatery is a sprawling, laid-back neighborhood joint with a creative chef who’s taking the menu to the next level. Get ready to drool!
Whether he’s serving up Kajiki, Nairagi, Opakapaka or Uku, Tsunami Chef Ben Smith has been pushing the culinary envelope and expanding customers’ palates for nearly 20 years!
Crosstown Concourse’s first eatery brings creative vegetarian dishes to the equally innovative neighborhood. It’s fresh, organic food made with heart, and you’ll “heart” it too! Image: Mama Gaia