Specializing in fresh fish, local beef, and local produce, they bring the farm to the table. A highly visual, state of the art kitchen and artistic food presentation create a unique dining experience. Open for lunch: Monday through Friday 11:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and dinner Monday through Saturday 5:30-10 p.m. and Sunday 5-9 p.m. Brunch is served on Sunday from 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Accepts all major credit cards.
Tour at your own pace as your MP3 gallery guide introduces you to one-of-a-kind music artifacts, never-before-heard Smithsonian Institution interviews, and a vast venue of music for you to enjoy. In addition to great music, you'll learn about the historic social changes that led to the development of Rock 'n Roll - the music that changed Memphis, the nation and the world.
Locally owned and operated for the past 32 years, it's Folk's Folly Prime Steakhouse. Memphis' original prime steakhouse serving the highest quality cuts of beef and chops. The friendly and professional staff are prepared to serve you with a memorable dining experience. For added enjoyment, the cellar lounge offers live piano music Monday - Saturday starting at 5 p.m.
The West TN Delta Heritage Center a refreshing Southern experience celebrating the music, cotton, and beauty of the Tennessee Delta, located conveniently between Memphis and Nashville. It features the home of Blue pioneer "Sleepy" John Estes and Flagg Grove School, the childhood school of Tina Turner. Explore the Hatchie Scenic River, which includes three fresh water aquariums and 8,000 square feet of exhibit space.
Slave Haven, also known as The Burkle Estate, was a part of the Underground Railroad that helped runaway slaves escape as they sought freedom from slavery. The museum is staffed with knowledgeable individuals who can relate the story of the Underground Railroad and provide documents and artifacts handed down over the years. Climb down into the cellar and see the trap door that was used.
West TN "Day Trippin'" is worth the drive to find quaint special places off the beaten path. MAAG provides support to these towns that they may continue to survive and thrive in the beautiful rural areas of West TN. Take a day trip up Hwy. 51 and take in the towns of Millington, Covington, or Ripley. See the old town squares that still provides the center of the town. Breeze out Hwy. 57 through Collierville (outstanding town sq.) and on to La Grange where National Birddog Champs are crowned.
Explore more places
- Hickory Flat
- Holly Springs
- Horn Lake
- Lake Cormorant
- Michigan City
- Mineral Wells
- Mount Pleasant
- Olive Branch
- Potts Camp
- Red Banks
- West Memphis