Six Places To Eat In Crosstown Concourse

The Crosstown Concourse is open and full of delicious restaurants. Below you’ll find a list of places to eat in the Crosstown Concourse.

Get this: if you live within 4 miles of the Concourse you can order online from Farm Burger, Saucy Chicken, Curb Market, Global Cafe or Pizzeria Trasimeno, they’ll deliver to your front door for free.

All the hours are subject to frequent change, so be sure to call ahead to confirm.


Get your chicken tenders, chicken wings, seafood, and po-boys with lots of sauces and sides. Most things come either grilled or fried, and everything is priced to please. This is located at the front of the building, or you can order online for free delivery ($15 minimum, 4 mile radius of the Concourse).

Open 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., Monday – Friday.


Get your fresh-baked breads, cookies, pastries, and cupcakes from Lucy J’s bakery. They pay a living wage and work to hire and train Memphians who are transitioning from experiencing homelessness.

I stopped by the other day and heard a guy with a beautiful French accent order croissants, and then I met one of the bakers, Aretha, as she was filling a chocolate cupcake with peanut butter filling. It smells great in their little nook, which is accessible from the front of the building or in the hallway between the West and Central Atriums.

While they aren’t a part of the delivery program, they do offer curbside pickup.

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.



Global Cafe is like a mini international food court, where you can order from counters featuring Sudanese, Syrian, or Venezuelan cuisines. There’s also a full bar with beer and craft cocktails, too.

Everything I’ve tried there was delicious and reasonably priced. I also thought it was cool that they have speciality non-alcoholic drinks for each cuisine. Juan Viramontes is the bartender and creates mocktails like his super-fresh limeade in additional to alcoholic drinks—like the ultra-popular and eye-catching mangorita.

Be sure you check out the full post from contributor Veena here to find out more about how Global Cafe in Crosstown employs immigrants and refugees to craft their authentic cuisine.

Hours: Tuesday – Friday, noon to 7:30 p.m. and Saturday 11:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. Available for online ordering and free delivery (within 4 miles of Concourse) or curbside pickup.

Global Cafe Crosstown

This pizza place originally opened as Elemento Neapolitan pizza, but closed in February 2020. Under totally new ownership, Pizza Trasimeno opened in June 2020. Trasimeno is owned by Sabine Langer who also owns Global Cafe.

The menu features Neapolitan-style small pizzas, salads, and specials. They offer beer, wine, and cocktails.

Hours: Tuesday – Thursday noon – 8 p.m.; Friday noon – 9 p.m.; Saturday 11:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. Order online for free delivery (4 mile radius) or take advantage of the designated 15 minute parking for curbside pickup.

Curb Market is primarily a boutique grocery store offering all your basics, produce, beer, wine, and local goods, but they also offer a lunchtime hot bar that changes daily, a deli menu with sandwiches, and pre-made grab-n-go meals. You can have groceries and meals delivered for free (within 4 miles of Concourse) when you call or order online, or stop in and shop.

Hours: Mon. – Fri. 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday noon – 6 p.m.
Delivery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday noon – 7 p.m.

Farm Burger is a burger chain that makes its home inside the Crosstown Concourse building, offering every kind of option for build-your-own burgers and burger bowls. Choose from traditional beef, chorizo pork, chicken or a housemade vegan burger patty, then add any topping you can think of.

Call ahead to place your order for pickup or enjoy free delivery within 4 miles of the Concourse.
Hours: daily 11:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.


  • French Truck Coffee is open for takeout coffee and snacks in the Central Atrium.
  • Mempops has a location in Crosstown on the front of the building.
  • Pop-A-Roos popcorn has a stand inside the Concourse’s Central Atrium.
  • Area 51 gourmet ice cream is in the Central Atrium.

Crosstown Arts is an organization within the Concourse that hosted a ton of events every week pre-covid. It’s much more than a gallery! They operate the Art Bar at Crosstown Arts, a unique semi-hidden bar that serves up beer, wine, and craft cocktails.

Open Tuesday – Sunday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.


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Where's your favorite spot to eat in the Concourse? Have you tried any of these new restaurants yet?

Photo by Alex Shansky

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One problem with many of the newer mom & pop places is that you cannot get anything decent to drink since Millennials think soda is from the fountains of hell. If they do sell soda it is sugared only or sweetened with Truvia or Splenda (yuck). I do not drink tea, do not like coffee, do not drink liquor, rarely drink wine or beer and hate water with any meal. I drink water every day, just not at meals. That leaves juice and soda- make mine a Diet Coke with NutraSweet.
November 27, 2018 9:30am
Holly, I think your blog is really cool. My husband and I will be making our first visit to Memphis in late February. We are in our middle 70s and can't do a lot of walking. Will be checking back to see what's happening around that time. It would be great if you could point out places/events that are close to public transportation. We will be staying in midtown, not too far from Beale St.
December 4, 2019 12:44pm