Where To Eat In Memphis Right Now
The gist: Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman’s latest gift to the fine dining scene is a French brasserie in the gorgeous, music-centric Central Station Hotel.
The food: Bishop reopened its dining room in July and launched a new breakfast menu predominantly featuring popular menu items from the now shuttered Porcellino’s. Expect a Dutch baby, cinnamon rolls, chicken biscuits, and grapefruit brulee, to name a few. Popular lunch items include mussels and frites, the Bishop burger, French onion soup, and a fish sandwich. At dinner, begin with oysters and chicken liver pate, then move to tinned seafood, escargot, Parisian gnocchi, and fromage brulee.
The cost: Depending on your level of restraint (and thirst), a fair estimate is $15 for breakfast, $25 for lunch and $50-75 for dinner per person.
How to order: Open daily for table service 7am-10pm. Call 901-896-0228 for curbside pickup.