Rock n Roll Sushi

Today I visited Rock n Roll Sushi for the first time. A friend of mine suggested this spot for us to catch up. I must admit, this spot lives up to it’s name with rock-n-roll music playing overhead, vinyl record holder shaped menus, and electric guitars and images of Rock-n-Roll artists pictured for everyone to see. I…

Alchemy Memphis

I have not had much of an appetite lately, but today was a different story. I did not have the opportunity to cook breakfast before church, so my friend and I were ready for some good food after service. I decided to visit Alchemy Memphis for brunch. Located in the Cooper Young Historic District, this restaurant is a hidden gem. My first visit…

MBRW: Downtown Nutrition – Memphis

Have you ever walked into an environment and instantly felt the positive energy? That was my experience during my morning stop at Downtown Nutrition – Memphis. I learned that it has been open for only three months, and they have been receiving lots of business. And for good reason. The vibe is tranquil. Quotes, affirmations,…

MBRW: The Office @ Uptown

The Office @ Uptown … how fitting! Located in Downtown Memphis, this workspace setting, is truly one of Memphis’ best kept secrets, for sure. During my visit today, I was greeted with jokes and laughter by the friendly staff and owner, Valerie Peavy. They kindly escorted us to the counter, where we placed our order….

MBRW: Slice of Soul

    Slice of Soul is every bit of it’s name! I visited with friends, and we were immediately greeted by the friendly staff and soulful music. This is not your average pizza joint. Opening January of 2018, this spot is cozy, Afrocentric, and down home to say the least. It is a lounge of culture with African-American…

MBRW: Sage Restaurant

It is a rainy day in Memphis, but brunch was a must! Yours truly did not finish breakfast before church, so I was determined to find food afterwards. What better time to quench my appetite than during Memphis Black Restaurant Week (MBRW) — a week created by Event Planner and Business Strategist, Cynthia Daniels, for participants to patronize  black-owned restaurants in Memphis. First…