With the kitchen open until 2a every day of the week, this pub is a great place to get a late-night burger and fries with a cold beer. Also on the menu here are steaks and salads, seafood and soups. A popular nightspot on the weekend, the patio fills up fast with regulars when the weather is agreeable. The East End offers a casual, friendly atmosphere for dining and drinking, and a happy hour every evening from 4p-7p.
Gridley's expanded to open its sixth location in Memphis this year. This is a local favorite with barbecue fans. Here, the pork ribs are smoky and slathered with spicy sauce. You will use lots of napkins. Pulled barbeque sandwiches are piled high, covered with sauce-and slaw, if you like. And Gridley's BBQ Shrimp is a Memphis legend. The atmosphere here is casual and family-friendly, you are sure to enjoy every bit of this experience.
Three Guys Pizza Pies restaurant is just off Interstate 40 in Lakeland, near the outskirts of Memphis. This restaurant has numerous TVs for sports fans, and is perfect for winding down with family and friends after a day of activity. Three Guys Pizza Pies prides itself on their homemade pizza dough and the fresh ingredients they use to create their dishes. Diners may choose specialty pizzas or create their own from a variety of unusual toppings, such as artichokes, Kalamata olives or grilled chicken. Other items include traditional Italian favorites and more, such as lasagna, garlic knots, salads, chicken wings or sub sandwiches. Beer is available from the tap and in bottles. They have a children's menu as well. -Ann Baker
Wang Garden in Arlington is a quaint restaurant where you can partake of Asian dishes with big flavors. The Asian ambiance is ideal for a date night, family dining or a group gathering. Whet your appetite with a starter, such as Crab Pillows, a Pu Pu platter for two or traditional appetizers like egg rolls. Whether chicken, beef, pork or seafood is your favorite, Wang Garden has entrees with each. Some popular dishes are Moo Shu Pork, Orange Chicken, Cashew Shrimp or Two Winter Beef. Fried rice is available with only vegetables for vegetarian guests or a combination of meats. A variety of soups, beverages and desserts complete the meal. -Ann Baker
This restaurant draws diners from across Memphis, who come both for the food and to hear the singing servers. Performing Broadway or light opera tunes, the servers entertain you while bringing your food in the softly lit dining rooms. Italian and Mediterranean fare are the evening specialties, while American-style breakfast and lunch menus start the day. From Monday through Friday, a lunch buffet features Southern-style cooking and an impressive brunch is served on Sunday. The restaurant overlooks the hotel's reflecting pond, making for a pleasant dining experience.
Health-conscious fine dining is the hallmark of this long-time Memphis restaurant, which focuses on international cuisine. The eatery is especially noted for its vegetarian dishes and fresh fish. There is no shortage of herbs and spices here: the food is quite flavorful. La Montagne restaurant is also helpful to guests with special dietary restrictions, call ahead or ask when you get there. The warm and comfortable atmosphere is elegant, but never stuffy and the fireplace is inviting on cold winter evenings.
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.
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 one of the seafood specialties to be brought to your table. If you're more the steak-and-potatoes type, try one of the hand-cut steaks. Reservations are recommended on the weekends at this popular eatery.
A popular East Memphis destination for a seafood dinner, Cafe Max houses specialties include Maine lobster, Alaskan king crab and Max's special stew. For those with a big appetite, there are two serving bars heaped with shrimp and oysters. For those with a taste for something other than seafood, this bistro also offers a variety of Northern Italian-style pastas, grill selections and a full bar. On the weekends, try the brunch. The atmosphere is friendly and casual. A private dining room is available.
The East location of this restaurant offers a peaceful dining atmosphere with bridges and waterfalls, where guests may dine as the Japanese (on the floor) or Western-style, if they prefer. Tempura-style vegetables, Teriyaki chicken and sushi are among the authentic Japanese options offered at this popular restaurant. There's also beer, sake, wines and cocktails, as well as karaoke on weekends.
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