Hattiloo Theatre is one of the best venues in Memphis to experience live theatre. The actors and productions are always first rate and the theatre offer many plays by new playwrights and African American playwrights. Do yourself a favor and check out one of their performances.
Best therapist ever! Thaniks for making me tick again.
We went there for the first time today for my husband's birthday at 2.30, which is considered dinnertime.
Food: I was really looking forward to the filet mignon and pork loins. However, they only came around with flank steak (excellent; our favorite), sirloin, bacon-wrapped chicken (didn't care of it, honestly; all you could taste was bacon) and sausage (good, not salty at all). Very disappointed at that but didn't want to ask waiter. I would think for lack of 3-4 meats it wouldn't be the same cost as dinnertime; rather should be lunch price. That's the only reason I gave it a 4. Cheese bread was INCREDIBLE! Stuffed w/parmesan cheese. I think I ate all but 3. To DIE for!
Waiter: Freaking AWESOME! Very accomodating and pleasant.
Salad Bar: Def not worth going just for the salad. The foods were more like appetizers, but great nonetheless. Mozzarella balls, olives, lettuce/tomatoes, roasted pineapple, to name just a few.
We will def go again!!
Cool bar, food was awesome!
Love this Place
I am so sorry for your unhappy experience at my restaurant. I can only say that we were having a "bad hair day." We have managed to receive only the highest ratings until now. Since we have only been open a few months, we are still trying to work out the kinks. Please come back. I would like to buy your dinner and prove to you that we have a high quality product along with great service.
Ray'z World Famous Dr. Barbecue
So much better than Benihana. Have been coming here for almost 30 years.
Sorry but to the poster above who said, "not quite as good as Benihana" ummm seriously? I've been coming here for 20 years, the 3 times i was dragged to Benihana i always dreaded it and was always disappointed. Does Benihana have better Decor? Yes, but sorry the food at Nagasaki puts Benihana to SHAME.
We went to Ray'z last night (4/1/16) for the first time between 6:00 & 7:00. I order a chicken and was told they were out of chicken . WHAT on a Friday night and you are out of chicken. Someone does know how to order supplies. I was told that the pull pork sandwich was good so I ordered it . BIG MISTAKE .
It was so dry even with the sauce on it. and was full of gristle. I looked like it had been sitting out uncover all day. My friend's bake bean had a hard crust over the top of them and his pull pork also had gristle. My other friend who doesn't eat barbecue order a Hamburger when she got it in was covered in sauce and slaw. Which I think the person taking the order should have told her that their hamburger were service like a barbecue sandwich. in turn she had to order another sandwich. The worker who had told the chopped pork was great came over to the table and asked me did if I like it after telling her all she said was I will tell them not I am sorry or anything.
We can add Ray'Z on our DO NOT GO AGAIN LIST
I am harder to please than a blue haired bitch on Christmas day. So when I say something or some place is fabulous, you better take your back side there immediately. This restaurant's food was FABULOUS!! The decor was confusing. They are using the old Japanese restaurants decor, but who cares. I didnt eat the bamboo themed curtains. The humus, the fresh flatbread, the lamb, chicken, beef--sheesh I think I have to go back today for some more. WitchyPoo will see all you fabulous asses there!!
Food, especially the ribs, are awesome. The servers are nice, but "Fat Larry" himself can ruin the entire experience. He is rude and has no manners. In my personal opinion, the restraint would run smoother without him there. You can tell the employees are terrified of him. The coupon issue is one my family has experienced as well. As mentioned before the food is great, but the rest is just something to think about before you go dine there. Sometimes the good does not always outweigh the bad.
I had the worst experience today, March 4, 2016 at this establishment....First of all it took 15 minutes for the manager to take our order...(Catfish, turnip green and Cabbage) I had a coupon, in order to use the coupon I had to order a drink (ice tea no sugar). As I was eating my fish, I was chewing on some sort of paper (I pray it was not toilet paper) it made me so sick to think about it. I call the manager, let her know what had happen....all she could say was I will take it off your bill...she took off the meal but not the drink. I explained that I would not have gotten the drink if I had not had a coupon. Did it make a difference NO!!! As you know I will never return to this establishment again....but the worst part was that no one every came back to ask how was I doing or refilled my expensive tea with no sugar!!! :).. I don't want to say it is because I am African American. But everyone else got some type of treatment but my table. I will make sure I will tell everyone I know not to patronize this establishment!!
If you haven't tried Miss Polly's fried chicken you are definitely missing out. The flavor is the best! The service is great! Go give it a try. It gives that other place a run for its money. In my opinion it's better.
Im, or at least i was, a valued customer at he Summer store. I recently found out that an employee that i only knew as Bo was fired for simply doing what is considered, customer service. This is what I would think you would want in an employee. Nevertheless, I've seen no one else doing anything of the sort. They are rude, and do not even greet you as you enter. Bo, never did anything inappropriate that I've seen. I just moved here to the Memphis area, so I'm not biased in any way. I just feel it's a shame to take someone's livelyhood away based on a rumor. Also, I'm not the only one who feel this way. Please take time to review these comments and perhaps right your wrong.
not deserving of any stars. Front counter person needs to adjust his attitude dealing with the customer. In past experience was decent. But today was a total flop. menu prices do not match prices on line. Had to return our food. He was not to happy with doing do. pretended he did not understand, but he understood how to count my money. One of the waitress was nice and consider. Don't eat here if craving Chinese. this is a NO NO. UNHAPPY CAMPERS
I am wanting to know if Memphis Bellevue will have the Passion Play this year?
We drove all the way from Collierville just to try Maximo's on 1/15/16. The atmosphere, food and service were top notch. They have a cool, quaint bar area and their drink prices are very reasonable. The Spinach and Crab appetizer was delicious as were the house salads and our entrees. I had the glazed grilled pork chop; it was very tender, moist. The taste and presentation reminded me of an expensive veal chop. My date had the mushroom stuffed chicken with roasted red pepper sauce, she raved about it. Both entrees came with risotto which is one of the hardest side dishes to get right in any restaurant, their's was cooked perfectly, very creamy and tasty. We can't wait to go back. Maximo's is one of Memphis' best! I hope they are around for a long time.
I had lunch at Fino's East yesterday and liked it very much! I had the spaghetti with zuchinni and a popover with mushrooms and something else that was wonderful! My friend had the pasta of the day and a cup of Italian gumbo and she loved it. Prices are quite reasonable and the place was welcoming and comfortable. I approve and will be returning soon! Parking is the only issue but on Brookhaven it is just part of the deal.
Dan McGuiness has moved next door to where it was on Spottswood (old location is now Mac's Burgers). No more fish and chips, shepherds pie. They're only serving Mac's food. Not bad, but not Irish grub you were expecting. Bathrooms were dirty. Good thing we loved the entertainment (Dana Messer). No sign on the outside of the building. Would have never known they were there. Poor experience.
By Jackson Baker
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