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The Arcade Restaurant

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Cheryl
Cheryl
July 3, 2020
Great home cooking. You can even sit in the “Elvis” booth where the king himself used to dine!
Latoya
Latoya
June 2, 2020
Nostalgic diner serving hearty breakfast and lunch.
K&F
K&F
March 6, 2020
When you go to the Arcade for breakfast, try to get a seat at the Elvis booth towards the back of the restaurant (it was apparently his favourite). Even if you can't get the coveted seat, you can still gorge yourself on the restaurant's fantastic sweet potato pancakes and other classic southern…
Wilma
Wilma
March 3, 2020
Though it’s billed as the oldest restaurant in Memphis, this oversize diner is refreshingly contemporary, with an updated décor that incorporates the great age of road-food culture and today’s nostalgic charm. This is the place to dine like Elvis on a peanut butter and banana sandwich, grab a…
Sabe
Sabe
February 13, 2020
Stepping into The Arcade Restaurant feels like stepping back into Memphis’ glory days when Elvis reigned supreme. This 1950s-style diner actually dates back to 1919, making it Memphis’ oldest continuously operating restaurant. The space was redesigned in the ’50s by owner Speros Zepatos’ son Harry,…

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Placering
540 South Main Street
Memphis, TN 38103
Telefon+1 901-526-5757
Serverer følgende måltidstyperMorgenmad, brunch, frokost
Kreditkort
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Udendørs siddepladser
Nej
Wi-fi
Ja
Menuer
Morgenmad, brunch, frokost
Drikkevarer
Beer
Spisemuligheder
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