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The Historic Four Way Restaurant,

formally known as the Four Way Grille, has been a landmark in the South Memphis community for over 70 years. Known for its hearty soul food and to die for desserts, the restaurant also allows patrons to enjoy a slice of Memphis history. Located at the intersection of Walker and Mississippi Blvd, the restaurant has been a pillar in the neighborhood for community activism. During the Civil Rights era, it was frequented by leaders of the movement, including the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King.

The Four Way soul food restaurant is famous for at least two things: first, it was a popular meeting spot for civil rights activists from the 1940s to the 1960s, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Second, the Four Way is famous for its straightforward Southern home cooking menu. Though best-known for the daily turkey and best-dressing-ever meal, the fried chicken is another staple.

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