“have some real Memphis soul food”
When you come to Memphis to visit the world's only full-fledged soul music museum, you should really get in the groove and have some Memphis soul food! All within a short distance of the Stax Museum, these four are a great place to start - all locally owned and all famous in their own right: THE FOURWAY RESTARUANT, where Martin Luther King Jr. and many other Civil Rights leaders have eaten, has been a Memphis institution since the 1940s. Check out their salmon patties, fried and bakced catfish, fried and baked chicken, neckbones, yams, boiled okra, greens, pickled tomatoes, baked and fried chicken, fried green tomatoes, homemade turkey and dressing every day, pinto beans, smothered cabbage, sweet potato pie, lemon meringue pie, peach cobbler, and a whole lot more. This iconic American restaurant in the heart of Soulsville, USA is still a gathering spot for locals, politicians, Civil Rights leaders, tourism industry folks, CEOs, ministers, college professors, and just everyday people from the neighborhood who call it home away from home. Owned by Mr. Willie Bates, this is the place to eat when your soul has been filled with music and it's ready for some homeade turkey and dressing! Seriously, don't miss a meal at the Fourway if you come to Memphis.
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The Four Way
- Tue - Sat: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
- Sun: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
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