Whenever I'm in Memphis, I go here for Sunday brunch, and not just for the food -- which, by the way, is great! Oysters on the half-shell, shrimp, mussels, carving station, omelet station, waffle station, HUGE dessert selection, and lots of Cajun cuisine, all of it to die for. BUT!! For me, the best part is the live music. Lannie McMillan plays all kinds of brass and woodwinds, plus flute and keyboard, with his two back-ups on bass fiddle and guitar. And let me tell you, they are GOOD. They take requests (my faves: Summertime, from Porgy and Bess; Stormy Weather), and he can play any song in any style you want. He is just terrific, and I never miss a Sunday brunch when Lannie's playing (11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.). Do yourself a favor some Sunday, and treat yourself to a great brunch and some terrific music. Tell him "the Hong Kong pilot with the long, blonde hair" sent you. ;-)
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