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Las mejores cafeterías en Memphis

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“Memphis’ oldest cafe founded in 1919 and still family-run. Historic part of downtown Memphis and still has a vintage feel. Great place for breakfast. The sweet potato pancakes are not to be missed. ”
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Pastelería
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“They have some fantastic coffee here! They use organic coffees along with Rishi's teas. We love their cafe con mil (a bit sweet so we ask for half honey!). Also a bake shop, so there's that as well! ”
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Café
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“Super chill vibe. They also have breakfast and yummy pastries to go along with the wide coffee selection. a great place to hang out with a bit of a hipster vibe”
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Bar
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“Good food & very loud, sports games in the background but lots of beer choices. The muffaletta (with a side of greek dressing and the sweet potato fries…yum”
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Café
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“Closest coffee shop, open Mon-Sat 7am-8pm. Sun 9am-3pm. Breakfast served all day. Some vegetarian plates. Large coffee bar with Illy coffee, old fashioned soda fountain, dining room and outside seating. Wraps, salads, seasonal offerings, too.”
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Bar
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“Their ribs, seasoning and sauce have been featured on The Food Network’s “Bobby Flay Show””
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Grocery or Supermarket
“The only grocery store on the island offers local goods and has the basics! ”
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Café
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“Great place to have a quick espresso or snack on historic Main Street. Great place to walk around, near the National Civil Rights Museum and the Mississippi River.”
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Pastelería
“Elvis. The original owner of this funky Midtown-area coffeehouse was an Elvis fanatic, so the backroom at Java Cabana is a virtual shrine to all things related to the King. It’s a frequent haunt of poets, especially on Thursday night open-mic nights, and Java Cabana also often hosts acoustic acts. The flavored coffee drinks have Memphis-centric names: Mystery Train (vanilla hazelnut espresso with steamed milk and whipped cream), the Lisa Marie (dark roast with cocoa and raspberry), and the Jerry Lee (a double shot of espresso with dark roast coffee). The food menu is heavy on vegetarian selections (veggie quesadilla, meatless sloppy Joes, veggie burgers).”
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Store
“Best coffee in Memphis. They know what they're doing here! Also, really fantastic shop attached with unique items. ”
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Café
“A great place for a quiet morning. French pastries and other bites along with excellent french press coffee. ”
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Café
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“Our go to breakfast place. Good and cheap food. Local atmosphere and they know most of their regulars by name.”
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Café
“Delicious brunch with a good selection of Coffee (Delta Eagle is my favorite) & Beer !”
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Café
“Right at the corner. They sell beer from local breweries, chips and guacamole from local restaurant Las Delicias and have sandwiches and juices.”
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Café
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“Great place to stop and eat if you're on Beale and in the mood for chicken and waffles”
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Café
“Popular dive bar with lots of varied entertainment, from shows to trivia, karaoke, comedy and more. An institution. Good burgers too. Beer only, setups sold.”
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