We really enjoyed our breakfast in the Arcade. It had a nice vintage feeling and the sweet potato pancakes were sublime!
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Arcade is a downtown treasure and a must visit. The oldest restaurant in Memphis with great history. The food is great, the staff is friendly and the charm is lovely. I recommend a visit to this landmark and try out any of their menu items,...More
I’d like to preface this by saying I’m a foodie and refuse to even eat a chain restaurants. So if your idea of a nice dinner out is a trip to Olive Garden, then this place is for you! Total 5 Stars! You and yours...More
We had been told this is a must visit for breakfast or lunch. We visited for breakfast and and was not disappointed. I had the french toast and it was some of the best I have ever had. Portions are large and my husband was...More
You can tell it's a "landmark" restaurant. AKA old diner atmosphere, but super staff and great food. At least breakfast was really good. Great comfort food.
We heard how this place is a must to visit in Memphis and it did not disappoint. The food was excellent and having breakfast at 2 in the afternoon is one of my favorite meals of the day!
Are you an Elvis fan? If you are and happen to like good food the Arcade should be one of your destinations. This is one of the oldest restaurants in Memphis, ( opened in 1919 ) and was a favorite of Elvis. You can request...More
Friendly busy diner. Popular with locals and tourists. Good food but the French toast I had on the second visit was very disappointing and if I had looked more. Lovely at reviews I would have seen that it’s often described as hard fried bread and...More
Food was home cooked goodness! We randomly picked this resturant not knowing the history. So it feed my mind and my belly. I had the famouse Redneck Breakfast. It came with sausage & biscuits, 2 eggs, and hasbrown. Okay, so I know it sounds pretty...More
The food was delicious but the staff wasn’t very friendly. We asked one person if we can sit at the bar while we wait for a table and she said yes and the girl at the bar said we couldn’t sit there, we had to...More