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In the American South, Sunday brunch is a time for fellowship, slowing down to spend time with loved ones. From a 1950s beauty shop to a 1913 Beaux Arts theatre, Memphis offers a selection of brunch venues that are saturated with the local culture. Explore these Downtown, Cooper-Young and East Memphis hotspots, sampling Southern cuisine with gourmet flair.
Boscos Squared in Midtown is a little slice of heaven for those who would like to enjoy their brunch on one of Memphis’s best patios with a local craft beer in hand. Sunday brunch also comes complete with live entertainment from jazz and R&B singer Joyce Cobb so patrons can keep the party going or slowly mellow down through Sunday afternoon. Try the Spanish shrimp and chorizo omelette or crème brulee French toast for a real treat. Ask your server for recommendations on the perfect handcrafted beer to complement your choice.
Boscos Squared, 2120 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN, USA +1 (901) 432 2222
For those seeking brunch and a show, look no further than the Majestic Grille, known as the Majestic Theatre to Memphians 100 years ago. Still playing silent films in its stunning Beaux Arts interior, the Majestic Grille is now home to one of the top brunch menus in the city. For an indulgence, enjoy the filet mignon benedict or smoked salmon hash. Specialties also include shrimp and grits and frittatas. Of course, it wouldn’t be brunch without mimosas and bloody marys also on the menu.
Majestic Grille, 145 South Main Street, Memphis, TN, USA +1 (901) 522 8555
Owen Brennan’s brings the flavours and fun of New Orleans up the Mississippi River to East Memphis. Brunch with a Cajun and Creole twist is a winning combination, given that its Sunday Brunch has been voted the best in Memphis for 18 years straight. Meals are served buffet style in specialty stations. The entrée station offers Louisiana classic crawfish etouffee and patrons can select from bread pudding and omelettes at the made to order station. Live music from the Lannie McMillan Jazz Trio completes the festive atmosphere.
Owen Brennan’s, 6150 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, TN, USA +1 (901) 761 0990
Downtown’s Blind Bear may be a speak easy, but diners don’t need a password to sample its delightful brunch menu. For those struggling on the weekends after too much bathtub gin, Blind Bear serves the Hung Over Like a Bear Brunch until 6 PM on Saturday and Sunday. The Everything breakfast burrito offers egg, cheese, smoked sausage and potatoes garnished with sour cream and salsa. Macaroni and cheese aficionados can choose between the pepper jack mac and cheese or the crawfish mac with asparagus. Brave souls seeking some hair of the dog can try the breakfast shot, Jameson and butterscotch schnapps, chased with orange juice and a bacon finish, but don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Blind Bear, 119 South Main Street, Memphis, TN, USA +1 (901) 417 8435