A cool, dark stop on a hot Memphis day, this place is a regular East Memphis haunt. During the Great Depression, turnip green sandwiches were sold at ... More
A cool, dark stop on a hot Memphis day, this place is a regular East Memphis haunt. During the Great Depression, turnip green sandwiches were sold at this location, but the fare has improved greatly since then. The burgers are a cut above the usual and the aroma of char grilled burgers fills the air. This place is also known for sandwiches, such as the catfish steak and the po' boy. Follow up your meal with some key lime pie. The servers here will make you feel like a regular.
A long time favorite of Memphis readers, the small, local chain of Davis Kidd bookstores is a book lover's haven,
with a staff that can locate the most obscure reference in a flash, a cozy seating area for reading, ...
Everything from seafood to burgers can be found on the menu at this casual East Memphis restaurant, which also features
a friendly bar and attracts a large under 30 crowd. Order an icy margarita to sip while waiting for ...
This DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Memphis is located approximately ten miles from the city's center, and is also ten miles
from Memphis International Airport. Local attractions include Beale Street, approximately 15 miles away, and Graceland, located 12 miles from ...