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Owen Brennan's
Cajun Restaurant$$
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Salsa Cocina Mexicana 6150 Poplar Ave Suite 150 Memphis, TN 38119
6150 Poplar Avenue Suite 150USTennesseeMemphis38119
$$Cajun Restaurant, Creole RestaurantToday 9:30 am – 2:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 9:30 am – 2:00 pm

All the flavor and flair of New Orleans in Memphis, Tennessee…that is the order of the day, whether your taste runs spicy or mild!  From mouth watering hand cut, Angus beef to fresh seafood or any of our Creole specialties such as Pasta Jambalaya, Crayfish Etouffee’, Red Fish Perez, Catfish Beaudreaux and of course of famous Eggs Hussarde (an original of Brennan’s of New Orleans) and Eggs Benedict.

Owen Brennan’s is a family owned and operated by Jim Baker and several of his family members dedicated to bringing New Orleans traditions to Memphis.  Owen Brennan’s has been on the forefront of “Best of Memphis” with numerous awards over the past 22 years.  “Memphis Magazine” has awarded Owen Brennan’s #1 Gold Sunday Brunch for the last 17 years running.  Owen Brennan’s in 2012 won “Best Sunday Brunch”, “Best Cajun and Creole”, and “Best Oysters” by Memphis Magazine again.  The Memphis Flyer in 2012 awarded us Best Sunday Brunch and Best Cajun & Creole”.  The Germantown News awarded  us the #1 “Best Dessert.  The awards just go on and on.

Owen Brennan’s pride ourselves on providing an elegant, yet comfortable, environment for any occasion. So sit back …&….indulge yourself for lunch, dinner or Sunday Brunch.

Oh, I forgot to mention our “World Famous Bananas Foster”…..another original of Brennan’s of New Orleans.
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Mardi Gras decor accents at this Cajun & Creole standby offering blackened fish, beignets & brunch.- Google
"I ordered the crab cakes."
"Shorty cooks great omelettes, you have to try them."
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Jeffery Taylor
2 months ago
Love the atmosphere. Shorty cooks great omelettes, you have to try them.
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Craig Denick
a year ago
I was just in town for the night, the service and food was fantastic. Brian the bartender had plenty of recommendations and insight into Memphis. Would go again.
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Scott Sgarlata
a year ago
Amazing food and atmosphere. The scallops were amazing.
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Tom Luck
a year ago
Great dining experience. Highly recommended!
Marsha Price
a year ago
One of the worst meals we have ever had. The bloody mary was okay but nothing to brag about. The raw oysters were good. I ordered the crab cakes. They were 98% filler. They were floating in some dreadful sauce. So much for a crispy outside. No crab taste or texture at all. My husband ordered the oyster po boy and it appeared the "chef" almost thought about putting some oysters on the po boy. The beignets were a complete disaster. When we bit into them the dough was so incredibly RAW it pulled out like string cheese. Memphis has an abundance of nice restaurants and Owen Brennan's is NOT one of them. There were very few people dining for a Saturday afternoon and we can certainly understand why. Don't waste your time or your money when fine dining is to be had at many wonderful restaurants that Memphis offers.
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Ed Revugh
3 years ago
Overpriced Brunch. $30 is a crazy amount for a run-of-the-mill brunch. I have had one of the best, most consistent gourmet brunches for $20 in a different city. Owen Brennan's was as average as they come and did not warrant the price tag.
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Kimberley A
3 years ago
The Sunday brunch was one of my favorite meals in Memphis for years. This entire year every time we have eaten there it has been awful. $30 plus $3 for a non-a drink should warrant good hot food. The Belgian waffles and eggs Benedict are what they are known for and what had me returning month after month. However, since November of 2010 the food has gone down hill everytime I have visited. Unfortunately we will not be returning after our last visit left us with cold meat, 3 bad waffles (remade twice and once in the kitchen) awful eggs Benedict, disgusting shrimp (not at proper temp and over cooked) gritty nasty oysters. It was awful. Very sad as this was once the best brunch in Memphis. Peabody is a better choice for the same price and we will just make the drive there from now on. Hopefully they get their act together.
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lisa howard
2 years ago
Food fair at best. I would say for what you get in volume of food price ok.