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<strong>Memphis restaurants owe a debt to immigrants, both in the city's early years and in more recent times.&nbsp;<span>In 1919, Speros Zepatos opened The Arcade where it still stands today, at the corner of South Main and G.E. Patterson. It is one of the oldest restaurants in town.&nbsp;</span></strong>&nbsp;(Daily Memphian file)

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As we celebrate our city's 200th birthday, let's take a look at the evolution of Memphis' food scene

Memphis restaurants owe a debt to immigrants, both in the city's early years and in more recent times. And to barbecue; it's what got us to the party.


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