The Arcade Restaurant
49 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4 ·
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The Arcade Restaurant is the first restaurant to be ever built in Memphis, making it the oldest restaurant in the area. The restaurant opened in 1919 and is located in the South Main Street Neighbourhood. Their breakfast is primarily southern-style one, whereas the lunch menu consists of a choice…
The actual oldest restaurant in Memphis. It boasts one of the classic diner and breakfast that used to serve Elvis!
This is the oldest diner in Memphis. Great food and service. You can even sit in the booth that Elvis dined in.
Historic restaurant downtown where Elvis ate. They have an Elvis booth and you can get his favorite fried peanut butter and banana sandwich (and add bacon).
7am-3pm Daily // The Arcade has the honor of being Memphis’ oldest cafe. Highlighted by the Food Network and Travel Channel, this is one of the best places to get breakfast and lunch.
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540 South Main Street
Memphis, TN 38103
Serves the following meal typesBreakfast, brunch, lunch
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Breakfast, brunch, lunch
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