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Memphis Stew November 2014

The oldest restaurant in Memphis with the famous neon sign is about to have a new nightlife. Starting early next year, The Arcade, located at South Main and G.E. Patterson, will be open at night an... more

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The morning after my first dinner at Jackson Kramer’s Bounty on Broad, I woke up thinking of forest mushrooms. Had I been dreaming about the restaurant’s soul-satisfying dish? Or was I still intoxicat... more

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After eating a messy and wonderful steelhead trout taco at Elwood’s Shack, I walked back to the counter to ask how the kitchen makes the taco shells. As I started to speak, I realized my glasses were ... more

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The fluted pumpkin pie at Gigi’s, garnished with maple-leaf cutouts and a floret of butter cream frosting, seems a little overshadowed by her gregarious cupcake sisters. But don’t be deceived. This re... more

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Downtown’s Oshi Burger Bar puts a fun, modern spin on American shake shacks.

Photos by Justin Fox Burks

For Downtown Dining Week, which continues through Saturday, Oshi Burger Bar is stacking a 7-ounce patty made with Wagyu American Kobe beef, truffle cheese, cognac truffle aioli, arugula, and shaved fr... more

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I’m always on the hunt for the perfect spot to work remotely, a place with great food and drinks. Reliable WiFi and accessible electrical outlets are also a must. And coffee’s great, but sometimes I n... more

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Workers install one half of a one-seater airplane, transformed as a crop duster with yellow paint, inside soon-to-open Belly Acres designed by Memphis-based Glennys Cowles Designs.

Justin Fox Burks

While the farm-to-table concept isn’t new, the farm-to-table experience is, at least in Overton Square.  Belly Acres, set to launch early December, may become the new go-to fast-casual restaurant p... more

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Dishes for brunch, lunch, and dinner at Belle: A Southern Bistro are full-flavored, filling, and fun. Don't miss green ham and house-made biscuits.

Justin Fox Burks

Typically I take far too long deciding what food to order, but occasionally a dish jumps off the menu and won’t let go. On a recent Saturday, the three-word “Farm Grit Bowl” did just that, hitting all... more

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Tell people you write about food for a living, and most reactions are pretty predictable: “What a great job,” they enthuse. “Do you get to eat for free? What’s your favorite restaurant?” Then people r... more

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