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This is the Peabody Hotel's second tier restaurant, after Chez Philippe. The setting is still elegant, and the food sophisticated—this is a place to linger over a meal with the well-dressed crowd. Service here is not as formal as at Chez Philippe, and sometimes has a very Southern, down-home flavor.The food is contemporary, with fusion elements. Local roots show in dishes such as Tennessee Persimmon Wood Smoked Chicken. Lunch offers salads and pasta dishes, and the homemade potato chips with blue-cheese dip draws locals back again and again. Desserts are irresistible. Try the Chocolate-Apricot Torte or the Sundried Cherry and Apricot Bread Pudding.
European style dishes in a pleasant atmosphere, make this restaurant great for business dinners or romantic evenings out. Appetizers such as lobster pancakes, grilled quail and rabbit loin are followed with delicacies like Scottish pheasant breast or lamb loin with risotto. The restaurant is known for its lobster tail with wild mushroom butter. Try the marzipan crème brulee, fruit tarts or sorbets for dessert. An extensive wine list is offered. Located in a one-story house, this restaurant has an intriguing décor that falls somewhere between casual and elegant. The service is polished and attentive and the presentation is beautiful.
Located in East Memphis, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar offers fine dining in an elegant atmosphere. Succulent cuts of beef are the house specialties. The large selections of wines complement the meal in style. Baked brie, beef carpaccio and other appetizers are a delightful way to begin your meal. Filet mignon, prime rib, pork, chicken and the freshest seafood are available as entrees. Delectable desserts complete the austere dining experience.