In the South, food isn't just something you eat. It's the reason for
friends and family to gather around a table and share stories, jokes
and enjoy each other's company. While some of the Festival cooks
demonstrate how to prepare native dishes such as greens, hot water
cornbread and peach cobbler, there are others who follow
recipes for traditional foods such as Choctaw fry bread or Hebrew
Challah that have been passed down for generations. Tradition bound
but still dynamic, the changing face of Memphis is also represented at
the Festival by dishes like Chinese Fried Rice.
Las Delicias - Serving guacamole, chips, burritos, quesadilla,
tamales and more
Ronnie Maxwel - Featuring great festival food like lemonade, corn
dogs and more.
Crepe Makers - Serving Lunch, Dinner, and Dessert Crepes
Ella's Cafe in CSF Folklore Hall - Serving lemon baked chicken,
greens, hot water cornbread, slaw, mac & cheese, and peach cobbler.
World Famous Dr. Barbeque - Serving mouth watering BBQ bologna
sandwiches, beef brisket sandwiches, chopped pork sandwiches, polish sausages,
smoked turkey legs, chicken breast sandwiches.
Beverages in CSF Folklore Hall - Serving sodas, bottled water,
Coors Light, Miller Lite, Heineken, Blue Moon, and Pabst Blue Ribbon beers plus
wine and mixed drinks.
CSF Outdoor Beverages Stands and Folklore Store - Serving Coors
Light, Miller Light, Heineken, Blue Moon and Pabst Blue Ribbon, and Bottled
Neighborhood Restaurants who are
- Majestic Grille
- Silly Goose
- Wang's China Bistro
- Felicia Suzanne's Restaurant