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Established in 2002. "Look Good. Eat Good." are the words emblazoned on the front windows at the Beauty Shop. This hip and trendy restaurant in the Cooper-Young district of midtown Memphis does both, as it conjures up images of a '50s-style beauty shop, formerly Priscilla Presley's curl-and-dye spot. It's a camp wonderland where the façade is Jetsons-era Vitrolite, and choice seating is offered beneath hooded Belvedere hair dryers. Nostalgia is served with a sense of humor here. The beauty shop flashback comes complete with original mint green wash basins filling in as sinks behind the hand built bar, made of tiger maple wood. The terrazzo floor is original. Glass brick stalls serve as intimate…
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I really didn’t know what to expect when I walked up. Some fun eclectic area, I hadn’t known about. When I opened the door I was...More
If you need somewhere different to take someone for a celebration or just a fun night out, this is your place! This is literally a 50’s? beauty shop with separate glass block wall sections for the hair cutting stalls that has been remade with booths...More
We got to the restaurant right when it opened without a reservation. We were lucky to get a table. The BLFTG was the best bacon sandwich I have ever had! The fried green tomatoes made it so tasty! Also had the corn fritters with a...More
Our party of 5 arrived on Sunday at 10am. There were already people waiting outside to go in. We hadnt made reservations. So they asked us if we could be done by 11am. The place is interesting, with silver foil walls and some beauty shop...More
Very cute establishment with full bar and old school beauty shop accessories( hooded dryers 🤗 ) Wait staff was very attentive. Almost felt like they were rushing us but I honestly think they weren’t. Menu items are very unique. We got the smoked brisket. It...More
The four of us went here on a recommendation from Zagat’s. This is a great find. The menu has something for everyone and it so unique at the same time. We were there for a late lunch so it was not very busy. The waiter...More
Ambience is utilitarian, but had a good vibe. Parking was an issue. Appetizers were excellent and so was dessert.
Main course was sunfish. It was bland and side order of fries was not good, old oil smell. The food is very expensive. The hostess was...More
As the other reviews have stated it is a really neat setting. The bonus is the food Xcellent. We shared a Romaine Salad similar to a wedge. It was Xcellent and enough for 2. I had the Pork and Pear with grilled street corn. This...More
Former beauty shop where Priscilla was a patron. Now converted into a hip and funky restaurant where the food and decor won't disappoint. Varied menu with lots of daily specials. Already planning a trip to Memphis just to eat here again. I don't think you...More