Kinfolk will soon have its own home.
The popular weekend breakfast pop-up at Comeback Coffee is moving to 111 Harbor Town Square this summer.
Chef and owner Cole Jeanes said he hopes to open the restaurant in mid-August.
“Think of this as version 3.0 of Kinfolk,” he said of his plans for the next step of his business.
Jeanes first launched Kinfolk in 2017 as a vendor at the now-closed Puck Food Hall. After a stint catering private events and working for chef Jimmy Gentry (where his famous herb biscuits appeared on the brunch menu of P.O. Press), Jeanes relaunched Kinfolk in February 2022 at Comeback Coffee.
A. Schwab Dry Goods has digitized nearly 5,000 items from its basement archives and is celebrating with an online scavenger hunt to help Memphians win prizes and learn more about the historic retailer.
The project is a collaboration between Schwab’s, Storyboard Memphis and DIG Memphis. Storyboard is a nonprofit multimedia organization that highlights local arts and culture, and DIG is the digital archive of Memphis Public Libraries.
Bluefin, the Asian fusion eatery located at 135 South Main Street, reopened under a different name Friday.
Now called Momoya, the restaurant is a take on a Japanese hibachi-meets-classic American cuisine flavor.
Much of the previous Bluefin menu will transfer over to Momoya. But there will also be a number of other dishes offered at Momoya, as well.
Memphis Coffee Shop Guide: Downtown
As coffee shops have gotten more serious about these dark arts and home setups increasingly mimic what professional baristas can concoct, connoisseurship is definitely on the rise.
A new fast casual taco restaurant headed to Downtown has come together quickly. And it comes from a Memphian who is no stranger to the area’s fine dining scene.
Halsey Werlein’s last role was as the general manager of Itta Bena; before that, he worked at Pontotoc Lounge, Silly Goose, Flight Restaurant and Southern Social.
But Werlein is ready to step away from upscale eateries with a fast casual concept called Pretty Taco. The restaurant will be located at 265 S. Front St., which was most recently the Paramount restaurant space.
Ancient Egyptians are credited with the invention of candy. Sometimes called sweets, lollies or sweetmeats, they can bring out happiness, relaxation or even motivation.
In our continuing effort to highlight the people, places and things that make us proud to call the Mid-South home, we’re going to a Memphis candy mecca. Here’s why walking into Wayne’s Candy Company makes so many feel like, well, a kid in a candy store!
Wayne’s Candy Company is located just off South Main, on the corner of East Carolina Avenue and 2nd Street, and has been part of the Memphis landscape for 76 years; walk inside and prepare to be amazed!
Cocozza American Italian is a “red sauce joint” from Majestic Grille owners Patrick and Deni Reilly. The restaurant is located in Harbor Town in Downtown Memphis.
Spaces, a subsidiary of IWG, the world’s largest workspace network, will open a coworking concept in Downtown Memphis at 107 S. Main, currently under renovation by development company 18 Main.
Founded in Amsterdam with over 450 locations of offices, coworking spaces and meeting rooms, Spaces designs dynamic, collaborative environments for entrepreneurs, small businesses, and hybrid employees to achieve their business goals and connect in the process.