The address is 2299 Young Avenue
Where is the old Imagine space?
That was a few years ago, Darron. Whenever I go now, it's always individually prepared, and tailored to that day. It's perfect to go shopping for a book, then stop in and read while having a little something. Great place for friends to meet too.
Being a former employee, I know for a fact that everything is cooked to perfection and is home made. They have a wonderful chief by the name of "MRS. ULAUA" and she has been with the company for quite some years now. Believe me , the food are home made!...Even the general manager Debbie cooks as well!
Is the menu available for review?
Perfect excuse for a ride. Gonna have to go buy some...
However, I'm betting he uses persimmons, not autocorrect permissions.
Wow! Awesome!! Can't wait!!!
I like how you used a photo of the building before that awful ass mural was done.
Anyone remember The Pop Shop on Cleveland, by the SEARS tower, back in the 70's?
Pretzels and chicken schnitzel, ja? Well, I reckon pretzels are familiar enough to folks for them to be OK with ordering them, and chicken schnitzel is, after all, basically boneless fried chicken that's been beat skinny. God forbid we have to eat something that Mama wouldn't have served.
Looking at the menu on their website, they are still German options available. So give it a try! Madison Avenue needs a good BBQ joint besides the over-hyped BBQ Shop. I wish he would throw a steak on the grill too.
German food is only a tough sell if your price-point is too high. I'm going to take a guess and say your BBQ will be overpriced as well. THAT is going to be a tough sell with two awesome and established BBQ joints close by.
Also, neon signs and decorative pigs? LOL.
This is an awful decision!!! Memphis has enough BBQ. I love this place!!! This is a great German restaurant. My family would drive from Central AR to eat here.
I enjoyed their local, unique take on German fare. Im sorry to see the option go, but the market gets what the market wants I suppose.
I feel this is a huge win for Memphis culture. I wish Memphis would embrace the great things about itself like barbecue instead of blindly imitating other places.
This looks a lot like Pyro's
The "new" "expanded" parking lot is woefully inadequate. I dropped by last evening to shop, and following much traffic in circles, could not find a place to park. I felt lucky to escape the parking lot and head to the Plaza Kroger where I was in and out in a jiffy. I used to shop at the old Union Kroger all the time. Maybe one day I'll actually be able to park and go inside the new one.....
I plan on giving them a shot.
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