Gus's Fried chicken-fried chicken, greens and mac n cheese.
You'll find lil' stevie cohen here, with a spliff in hand. Represent.
Gotta be Dodges on 51. Dark w/2 sides
Apparently, people are welcome here as long as they are not "ugly womeme," says the fat, bald pasty owner.
Scrambled eggs and fried potato paddy at Bryant's
excellent article...right up to the part about the chemo bad adjustment. wholly unnecessary.
Look at Allan. One of my favorites. Would love to see you feature Jerry Deron from Neils. He's got a great life story
Glen, the cocktails are great! The food is NOT good. Let Jen cook and fix. Too many people are saying food is way below what 1912 should be presenting.
Hmm..it looks like The Pancake Shop on Summer Avenue, to me.
Busters here I come to load up on some Sassy Girl. One bumper please.
Says it right there on the ad: "It's all about the hustle."
Such honesty in advertising is refreshing.
Also Garibaldi's, PLEASE open a walk-in restaurant somewhere in East Memphis minus the frat styling. Nothing special, just quieter and larger for us geezer types. I'm tired of the take-out place on Yates, lovely as the staff is. Thanks!
We have BEGGED Windy City Grill of Hernando and Como, MS, to open a branch in East Memphis. The food is excellent a great selection of sandwiches, pasta, burgers (I don't eat burgers but I eat theirs!) and great pizza you don't have to have an offshore account to enjoy. The salads are phenomenal, ice cold plates and homemade (really) dressings. Until they do open a location in Memphis pleasepleaseplease it is totally worth the drive to Hernando. We understand that the steaks and chops are fabulous too!
West African Cuisine... for a city with such a large African-American population, there is no true African market here and the cuisine is underrepresented compared to other larger cities.
Bangkok Alley's Drunken Noodle
I miss the Tex-Mex in Nashville... I think Chiwawa kind of tried (and failed) at this. And we could use a really good ice cream place. Baskin Robbins is the go-to?? Growing up in St. Louis there was no shortage of frozen custard stands. Sweet Noshings is trying but something a little more accessible would be nice.
I would kill for a Jewish deli like Carnegie Deli or Katz's in NYC. And if they had schmaltz on the tables.... and Bialys. And pastrami. And reubens on Jewish rye with real 1000 island. And real matzoh balls. OMG.....
Taco Cabana or Taco Bueno.. good drive thru Mexican.
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