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Since opening in 2008, Cafe Eclectic has continued to offer delicious food with integrity by supporting local producers, growers and artisans. The quaint neighborhood coffee shop and breakfast cafe added their own bread bakery in 2009 so that they could offer the freshest baked goods, all made fr...
The original location of this now local coffee chain and serves up Illy coffee, and customers can order it prepared by drip, cold brew, or French press. The specialty coffee menu offers up unique drinks -- often with Memphis-inspired names. The shop offers plenty of working space and a separate room…
A cool little bistro with a scratch bakery, specialty coffee drinks, sandwiches, salads, and plates. Vegetarian offerings, as well. Breakfast is served all day.
“Shawarma, falafel, tabbouleh, kabob, and the hummus are outstanding! Tip: be sure to order the ginger honey mint tea hot or cold. It’s uniquely refreshing. ”
Point of Interest
“Great amphitheater with the history of Memphis musicians playing the venue. Most people just call it the Shell”
“The Overton Park Conservancy’s gateway project has made the city’s crown jewel a more welcoming place. The arched sculpture that artist Tylur French of Youngblood Studio created from scrap bicycles was installed at the intersection of East Parkway and Sam Cooper Blvd in February 2014. The sculpture weighs 7,000lbs and is made up of more than 300 bicycles, each welded onto a steel frame. Yvonne Bobo’s Rhapsody was recently installed at the gateway beside golf clubhouse. Two more gateways will be installed over the next few months: Ben Butler’s Growth at the one adjacent to the East Parkway Playground. More are being installed over time.”
“To hear music like a local, head to Overton Square, the Midtown entertainment district where Memphians hang out, and grab a seat at Lafayette’s Music Room. The live music menu features a mix of local and traveling performers every night of the week, ranging from Memphis soulstress Susan Marshall and blues saxophonist Brian "Breeze" Cayolle, to classic rockers Devil Train and singer/songwriter duo Pam and Terry. The two-story venue features floor and balcony seating, all with great stage views. Grab a bite from Lafayette’s full menu of Southern dishes, like barbecue pork belly and jambalaya pasta.”
“Muddy’s opened its original East Memphis location as a cupcake and pastry shop, but when the popular bakery expanded to Midtown, owner Kat Gordon opted to make gourmet coffee drinks the new location’s focus. Of course, you can still get all of Muddy’s locally famous cupcakes at the coffee house location, but at the Cooper-Young spot, you can wash them down with espresso drinks, teas, and drip coffees. Muddy’s Grind House is located in an old historic home, and it boasts one of the largest coffeehouse patios in town. Order a caramel cream latte and a Prozac cupcake (chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream), and enjoy them from the breezy patio overlooking busy Cooper St.”