dining at The Majestic Grille you might expect
to see Myrna Loy & William Powell sitting at the bar, zinging
witty one-liners at each other over ice-cold martinis.
Originally built in 1913 as the Majestic No. 1, a silent picture
house that entertained Memphians for three decades, the restaurant
gives diners a glimpse of the heady Hollywood days of ol’.
From the beautifully restored Beaux Arts décor to expertly
prepared classic cocktails to warm, gracious service to Chef/Owner
Patrick Reilly’s award wining, yet remarkably comfortable
food, you find yourself feeling transported to another time.
Add to that the largest private movie screen in the city showing
silent films & classic movies and you’re center stage
in an atmosphere that reclaims the cinematic glory of the dawn
of the silver screen
Named 2008’s Best Restaurant & Best Overall Downtown
Restaurant, The Majestic Grille has won accolades in regional
and national press. As a community gathering spot for the Arts,
The Majestic Grille offers up a dining experience that delights
all the senses! While dining, guests enjoy art shows highlighting
up and coming Memphis artists, and theatrical & dance performances
from our Majestic Arts Partners.
Whether sipping a mimosa at our ‘Ultimate’ Sunday
Brunch, hosting a business dinner in a private room, or watching
the trolley roll by on our beautiful patio, we invite you to
join us for a special dining experience in our historic downtown
We look forward to seeing you soon,
Deni & Patrick Reilly
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