This is interesting… and very late. I wrote this article in 2013… and forgot to publish it; ugh! At the time I was working out of town, in Memphis to be precise. I’ve read through the article and I still believe it works even now… though I had to update some of the wording. Here we go!



I had a relatively nice time in Memphis. There were times it was bad, like the major tornado warning, that was a bit frightening. Yet, most of the bad times have had nothing to do with the city except when it comes to the food.

I’ve definitely had a love / hate relationship with restaurants in this area and, because I’ve written lots of food reviews on this blog, it seems to be the place to start in doing some comparisons to central New York. I’ll preface this by saying that it may just be what I’m used to, but I’ve definitely noticed a regional difference when it comes to the local restaurants, and here and there some differences in chain restaurants as well. Let’s look at 5 of these differences.
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