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540 S Main St Memphis, TN 38103 United States
+1 (901) 526-5757
7:00 AM–3:00 PM
7:00 AM–11:00 PM
This place has the biggest breakfast in Memphis. Also, the Elvis sandwich.
- Travel Channel
Open for breakfast and lunch daily. For a bit of history, enjoy your meal at the booth Elvis frequented when he ate at the Arcade. It's the last booth on the left.
- Memphis Travel
Pert sandwich is the ticket
- Ryan Hamlin
- Dustin C
Memphis' oldest restaurant. Stop in for a milkshake and late breakfast.
- The Commercial Appeal
Get yourself a redneck breakfast, NOM NOM NOM
- Ben Maher
Pert sandwich and a hot bowl of oatmeal is the way to start off your day or the sweet potato pancakes
- Benjie Williams
LOVE the French toast! It's my absolute favorite thing to get here! The sausage and biscuits with gravy offers you a massive serving for people with a hearty appetite.
- Rachel Starks
Good tall glass of oj and side dish of fruit. Go breakfast :-)
- Jacqui Green
The plates are giant portions! French toast is divine deep fried and the Redneck Breakfast is delicious sausage patty, biscuits and gravy.
- Lizzy Lapp
Amazing French toast!
- Meredith Pittman
French Toast n crispy bacon #thumbsup
- Memphis Peach
Biscuits were old and soggy and the grits were COLD and soupy. Not up to par for this old place. Shame. Shame. Shame.
- Jennifer James-williams
Breakfast that will keep you going through a really long day! I love the country ham but the sweet potato pancakes rock too!
- Janice Person
Three words: sweet potato pancakes. They are a Food Network favorite!
- Abby W
Great coffee...sweet potato pancakes, pert breakfast sandwich...mmmm!
- Chris Kelley
The red neck breakfast is awesome. The portion are big but not outrageous. Good value at $8.95.
- Dave Ryan
Elvis is playing, you can smell the delicious Southern style food back from the kitchen, and all around you is the beautiful fifties' charm. I came with my family, and our waitress was very friendly.
- Ellie Potts
Sweet potato pancakes
- Jill H.
Breakfast is Served
- Victor Neely
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