Celebrating 20 plus years in business, Michel Leny first opened Cafe Society in 1987, inspired by his father Maurice Leny, a Chef at Maxim's in Paris. ... More
Celebrating 20 plus years in business, Michel Leny first opened Cafe Society in 1987, inspired by his father Maurice Leny, a Chef at Maxim's in Paris. October 2007 welcomed new owner, Chef Cullen Kent, graduate of Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. Cullen and Michel continue the tradition of International cuisine emphasizing Belgian influences and classic French food. Located in the heart of the beautiful Evergreen Historic District in Midtown Memphis, Cafe Society features innovative preparations of fresh seafood, veal, lamb and beef along with an extensive wine list for your dining pleasure. With its casual dining and bistro atmosphere, Cafe Society is affectionately known to many Memphians as simply "Cafe" and continues to be a favorite of many of its midtown neighbors.
Memphis' main museum is housed in a marble building completed in 1916. The architecturally beautiful rooms house an outstanding collection
of medieval art and a small but worthwhile collection of Impressionist works. One room is dedicated to a "touch" ...
The Dim Sum menu includes Japanese gyoza, steamed dumplings, plus Sesame noodles and Won Tons stuffed with shrimp, crab and
vegetables. You can also find soups and salads or dishes from Vietnam, China, and Japan. Try an Asian beer ...
Self described as the "beer joint of your dreams," this bar fits the bill as a long time Midtown favorite.
Everyone and we mean everyone, is welcome and likely to be seen here. Check out the photographs lining the ...