Best breakfast in Memphis: Brother Juniper’s. The “Hungry Tiger” is a bed of home fries under a heap of meat and three different cheeses with tomatoes and green onions. Worth the wait and the weight.
3519 Walker Ave.
Memphis TN 38111
This is the Memphis po-boy from Soul Fish Café in Memphis. It’s got smoked pork Ioin, BBQ sauce, bacon and slaw. Yes it is as tasty as it appears. I got mac and cheese, but you really can’t go wrong with any of the sides there. Or the Cuban. Or the catfish. Or the wings, which are some of my favorite in town.
There are two locations — the original is in the Cooper-Young neighborhood in Midtown, and there is a newer, bigger one in Germantown at Poplar and Forest Hill Irene. And my house is right smack in the middle: lucky me.
Campsite brunch: maple bacon, scrambled eggs, and fried potatoes and onions
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Southern fried chicken biscuit platter from Perkins.
This is great drunk food not that I ever get drunk or anything…
submitted by justin
All Saints Club, Beignet Cafe, Memphis, TN
This one was special because I actually got to sit down and eat my lunch at the restaurant. In the four years since I started my job I’ve been able to do that maybe a dozen times. Maybe.
Bluff City turkey burger, Huey’s, Memphis, TN
THE DOUBLE DOWN.
The existence of this Web site is now officially validated.
submitted by patrick
Smoked chicken BLT, Caesar sidesalad; Broad Street Baking Company, Jackson MS
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(Is this the place you can see from I-55, over by the hospital? If so, that’s where I’m stopping next time)
Frank’s South Main Market & Deli, Memphis, TN
i don’t know what to call this. 2 soft-fried eggs with mixed up salt, lemon pepper, and curry powder, 2 pieces of thick sliced bacon, 3 pieces of 9 grain bread, and a shit ton of butter. i ate it. say something. i dare you. i wrote more about it here http://whatwouldyouaxit.blogspot.com/2010/03/charles-smitha-sandwich-i-ate.html
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Go here. Bring appetite and cash.