The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, and the food is to die for. We went for Saturday brunch and it was super crowded. It took forever to get our meal, but we sat and enjoyed our surroundings. Have a small snack before you go if you’re hungry, but don’t fill up.
The lady doing all the serving came out and asked everyone where they were from at one point, and after that we had people coming over to our table and welcoming us to Memphis. The whole experience was delightful from the moment we stepped inside. And when our food came...well, my husband can’t stop talking about it. Fantastic!
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