The interior of @CasablancaMem is richly decorated with autumn orange walls above warm natural wood chair rails and large open windows with swooping drapes. The exterior includes two expansive decks for outdoor eating. The gracious hospitality of Mr. Shtaya and his staff really add to the overall ambience. Continue reading Casablanca Restaurant
The Debris Po’boy isn’t on the menu. don’t panic. You’ll find it on the specials menu beside the cash register. Continue reading Elwood Shack’s Debris Po’boy Sandwich
While Loflin may be inspired by the concept of Bacchanal, the funky wine bar and eatery in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans, the owner-developers made sure this space is Memphis made. Continue reading Loflin Yard Offers Urban Oasis
A decent and steadily moving line of customers enticed me to A Square Meal on Wheels. Continue reading First Friday Food Trucks in the Medical Center
Cooking in your kitchen is an act of rebellion if you can afford it. Continue reading Do you have kitchen privilege?
Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen showed no sign of resting on their laurels last night. In fact, their game is just getting better. Visit them soon to taste this current menu. Continue reading Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen
Café 1912 is a frequent haunt for me and Paul. If you’re looking for great French bistro food in Memphis, this is the place. We visited the cafe for brunch today and I ordered one of my favorites: the Croque Madame. This savory sandwich of grilled ham and Gruyère cheese topped with bechamel sauce is toasted under the broiler and served with a poached or fried egg … Continue reading Brunch at Café 1912
I learned about El Mero Taco food truck through a friend on Instagram who writes about the Memphis food scene. I tracked them down today at City and State in the Broad Avenue Arts District. I’m glad I did. After perusing the menu, I decided to wait until I saw a few items appear in the window. Gawking at other’s food made my choice no … Continue reading Lunch at El Mero Taco