The Peabody Memphis and its beautiful restaurants with superb cuisine have enjoyed an acclaimed reputation for over 150 years. The Peabody offers a diverse range of settings for any taste and occasion, each of which presents a tantalizing dining and culinary experience for guests. Built on history, legend and tradition, which are at the heart of the Peabody dining experience, signature menus feature classic and traditional dishes that stood the test of time and are intertwined with memories of the "South's Grand Hotel."
The opulent Chez Philippe is a Forbes Four-Star and AAA Four-Diamond rated restaurant that attracts gourmands and food lovers to its haloed halls to enjoy the Old South splendor and the classic French cuisine of Executive Chef Andreas Kisler. Ranked as one of Food & Wine magazine's "Top 50 Hotel Restaurants," Chez Philippe promises an unforgettable fine dining experience.
For the best steaks in Memphis, there is no better place than Capriccio Grill™. Headed up by Chef Derek Smith, the menu features succulent flash-seared steaks and chops, ocean-fresh lobster and seafood and handmade pasta dishes from "La Bella Italia" cooked to al dente perfection. Breakfast includes delicious American and Southern specialties while lunches present modern Southern comfort fare.
Enjoy a traditional English afternoon tea in the grandeur of Chez Philippe. This delightful experience includes a mouthwatering menu of savory finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones, pastries and assorted petit fours, as well as a selection of regular, herbal and caffeine-free teas.
The age old Memphis tradition of Sunday brunch is taken to new heights at The Peabody. Family-friendly brunches are served in the Capriccio Grill, and feature a variety of hearty breakfast dishes, such as freshly-baked bread, croissants and sweet pastries, various types of eggs, smoked salmon, Belgian waffles stacked with Applewood smoked bacon and maple syrup, pasta, salads, prime ribs and of course, champagne.
The Peabody Pastry Shop offers sweet treats and other delights, as well as freshly brewed coffee to go and is open for morning coffee, continental breakfast, a quick sandwich or a vast array of delicious desserts.
uests can enjoy a selection of the best cuisine from all the restaurants, as well as an extensive menu of wines, spirits, sparkling wines and cocktails from the in-room service menu, which is available all day.
Located in the Grand Lobby and often referred to as the "living room of Memphis," The Lobby Bar offers an elegant and relaxed spot to enjoy a light meal and drinks with friends while watching the world pass by. It’s also the best place in the hotel to watch the famous March of the Peabody Ducks as they make their way to the fountain twice a day.
The Peabody Corner Bar is a casual and cozy spot for after-work cocktails. The relaxed venue serves a menu of Jack Daniels inspired upscale bar food and drink specials, as well as an exclusive 24-bottle Cruvinet wine dispensing system, which allows guests to taste and test wines from around the world.
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