Breakfast here was a great experience. It it crowded with I mean lines of people all over you if you sit near door. Service is slow and paying out was very slow as well. Food was good for the portion size and quality. Pricy but...More
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While visiting Memphis, we went to Arcade, described as the oldest restaurant in Memphis. The food was good, standard breakfast fare, with some southern twists like grits and biscuits & gravy. Some of the booths and tables had photos and plaques commemorating notable diners. We...More
Great vibe and food at the Arcade! Friendly staff, tasty breakfast menu, and awesome Memphis ambience. Had a great breakfast with my team before we headed out to work at the Memphis in May BBQ Fest. Definitely hit this spot if you're looking for a...More
Fantastic atmospheric oldest diner in town 5 minutes from the civil rights museum lovely food ,staff and an Elvisfire booth to boot. Don't miss this place.
This was on our must see lists because of it's history with Elvis. Apparently it was one of Elvis’ favourite places to hang out and there's also a booth dedicated to him as it was his favourite place to sit. On weekdays it closes at...More
We loved our diner breakfast at Arcade. Nothing like southern gems such as grits, gravy, and sweet potato pancakes! The coffee was delightful and refilled often by our wonderful waitress. We walked the short block from there to the National Civil Rights Museum. By the...More
I have mixed feelings about reviewing this place. Overall, I would've probably given this a "good" rating. On the one hand, it's a lovely historic diner with great atmosphere and friendly wait staff and good food, but on the other hand the wait for our...More
We had a wonderful breakfast here the morning after the BMS Awards. We went because it was recommended and it lived up to the recommendation. GREAT food, huge portions and friendly staff. Also, the best country ham I have ever had!