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Serving breakfast and lunch.
Browse the clothing and gift shops on the Square and stop in for a bite to eat at The Memphis Street Café, located in the basement of an old brick building on the corner of Memphis Street and Commerce.
Upscale steakhouse. Serves delectable prime certified angus beef steaks and seafood. They feature an extensive wine list and offer live music Friday and Saturday nights. Major credit cards accepted, no personal checks.
This country store is known world-wide for its famous hamburgers. The store features early 1900s memorabilia and rustic decor.
Warm plaster walls and murals reminescent of Old Tuscany set the stage for Italian favorites. Week ends offer gourmet specials.
Once a small neighborhood grocery store, Romie's now offers Southern soul food at lunch, and at night they lower the lights, open the bar, and let the good times roll.
Serving steak, chicken, pork, shrimp, and salad bar. Credit cards accepted.
Shirley's Restaurant offers catfish and great sandwiches.
Great food, great 50's ambiance.
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