Food, Family and Community are the key ingredients to Brother Juniper’s award-winning, nationally acclaimed restaurant. When walking through the doors of the humble house at 3519 Walker Avenue, it is soon apparent that Brother Juniper’s is not just an ordinary breakfast restaurant. A family atmosphere warms the inside with the aroma of freshly baked bread, biscuits and pastries, as well as freshly ground, dark coffees. The original Brother Juniper was a humble cook for St. Francis of Assisi. Even though the Brothers were poor, Brother Juniper always made delicious and nutritious meals for the Brothers. In the tradition of creative hand-crafted food, prepared from fresh ingredients, Brother Juniper’s offers the best breakfast in Memphis. Brother Juniper’s was born out of a spiritual community in the 1960s. The first coffeehouse opened on Haight Street in San Francisco as an outreach to street people, serving a 5 cent cup of coffee and inexpensive sandwiches. In the years that followed, other restaurants opened across the country, maintaining a tradition of creative, hand-crafted food prepared from fresh ingredients. Moreover, Brother Juniper’s was always known for its homemade bread. In 1999, Jonathan and Pauline Koplin came to Memphis to take over Brother Juniper’s College Inn. […]
All the flavor and flair of New Orleans in Memphis, Tennessee…that is the order of the day, whether your taste runs spicy or mild! From mouth watering, hand cut Angus beef to fresh seafood or any of our Creole specialties such as Pasta Jambalaya, Crawfish Étouffée, Red Fish Perez, Catfish Boudreaux, Eggs Benedict, and of course our famous Eggs Hussarde (an original of Brennan’s of New Orleans.) Owen Brennan’s is family owned and operated by Jim Baker and several of his family members who are dedicated to bringing New Orleans traditions to Memphis. Owen Brennan’s has been on the forefront of “Best of Memphis” with numerous awards over the past 22 years. “Memphis Magazine” has awarded Owen Brennan’s #1 Gold Sunday Brunch for the last 17 years running. Owen Brennan’s in 2012 won “Best Sunday Brunch”, “Best Cajun and Creole” and “Best Oysters” by Memphis Magazine again. The Memphis Flyer in 2012 awarded us Best Sunday Brunch and Best Cajun & Creole”. The Germantown News awarded us the #1 “Best Dessert. The awards just go on and on. We pride ourselves on providing an elegant, yet comfortable, environment for any occasion. So sit back & indulge yourself for lunch, dinner or Sunday Brunch. […]
Bacchanalia is Atlanta’s most celebrated restaurant featuring contemporary American cuisine from chefs/owners Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison. Expect incredibly fresh and flavorful choices with masterful preparation and presentation. Bacchanalia’s seasonal menu relies entirely on organic ingredients, many sourced from Anne and Clifford’s farm, so that diners can have an utterly unique dining experience each time they return.
Among the finest venues for dining in Hawai’i, ‘ULU Ocean Grill + Sushi Lounge is a breathtaking oceanfront fish and seafood restaurant on Hawai’i Island’s Kona-Kohala Coast. The culinary team keeps the focus on local cuisine with a Regional, Seasonal and Artisanal philosophy. Located within Four Seasons Resort Hualālai, ‘ULU is a favorite as one of the best restaurants in Hawai’i.
In the Mediterranean, cooking is more than a job; it’s an art form. Having grown up watching his mother cook in Nazareth, Kameel Srouji’s interest in food blossomed at an early age. With the help of his sister, Aviva, Kameel opened Aviva by Kameel on October 8, 2012. The name couldn’t be more perfect for the theme of the restaurant, as the translation of “Aviva” means spring, fresh, and renewal. We only use the freshest, highest quality local produce, and all our meats are USA born and bred, without any extra hormones or additives. You won’t find a stick of butter at Aviva, as we exclusively use olive oil for all of our cooking. When you take a bite of our food, you’ll immediately notice something different, and that difference is passion. Kameel’s passion for cooking is the one ingredient that recipes and culinary schools can never teach, and other restaurants just can’t mimic. Take one bite of our food at Aviva, and we guarantee you’ll be back for more. Source: http://avivabykameel.com/
French Pastries. Macarons. Savory Sandwiches. These are just a few of the delectable sweet and savory menu items you will find just steps above River Street on Bay, situated in Savannah’s Historic Downtown District. Café M, an authentic Parisian café, awaits you with quaint French decor and traditional sounds of France as though you’ve just stepped out of Savannah and into Paris. What a nice twist on your sightseeing adventures or as a refreshing break from working at the office! We serve fresh brewed coffee all day along side the extensive sweet and savory menu. While you wait for your handcrafted baguette sandwich or latté, why not peruse our selection of imported foods, goods and artwork from France and Europe. Whether you sit on our pet friendly patio or inside our welcoming café, please enjoy free WI-FI to plan your next sightseeing stops and we kindly thank you for stopping in. Merci! * Please note, we are unable to take reservations – Café M * Source: http://www.cafemsavannah.com/