Where To Eat In Memphis Right Now
The gist: The Edge District’s premiere restaurant features Tim Barker’s chef-driven breakfast, lunch, and dinner items made from scratch Wednesday to Sunday in a casual setting with indoor and outdoor dining options.
The food: All meals should begin or end with the coffee, which is roasted in-house. Breakfast favorites include a towering avocado toast, house cured salmon lox, and steak and eggs. Lunch must-haves include the burger or a grain bowl, depending on whether a “light lunch” is in your vocabulary. Dinner specials are always solid, and the market fish and chicken confit are excellent choices. The cocktail menu is available all day -- no complaints here.
The cost: Menu items range in price from inexpensive to a small splurge at dinner. Breakfast $10-15, lunch hovers around $15, and dinner is $25 a person.
How to order: Make a reservation through OpenTable.