Want to experience dining in its finest form at Brother Juniper’s casual dinner. The original Brother Juniper was a cook for St. Francis of Assisi and famous for the delicious meals he made. He was deft at making creative use of home grown local ingredients. This diner took inspiration from his cooking style and has received many awards for its unique menu. Their breakfast menu has the best omelettes and sandwiches. They have a great variety of potato and bacon dishes. Vegetarian will find solace in the huge variety of dishes without meat, the most famous being black bean burrito and tofu veggie.
How to Reach Brother Juniper's
- Bus 09/ 35 to stop Highland St @ Walnut Grove
Brother Juniper's Reviews & Ratings
I had heard that this place was the best, so maybe I had my hopes too high. I added my name to the list via Yelp, so my wait time was only around five minutes. I was let down that there were no mimosas or bloody Mary's. They literally brought me a can of Coke and a glass of ice. The meal was fine, nothing overly good or bad. The place was clean and the staff was super nice.
Brother Juniper’s never fails to disappoint! The biscuits are a perfect addition to an open faced omelette. Ample seating on Sunday morning meant no waiting! There’s also a laundromat next door if you’re traveling that does wash/dry/fold for 85¢/pound. Get it done while you dine!
This is the best breakfast I have ever been to. From service to food to coffee it was awesome! Almost made.me want to become a franchise owner! Also, the atmosphere was amazing. I love the culture and story.
They claim to be the best breakfast in Memphis. i wasn't there long enough to make that determination by visiting other joints. however, if there is a better breakfast in Memphis, then that place may be one of the best in the country. I would bet they might be the best breakfast in Memphis. Try the cinnamon roll pancakes, they are pure heaven. The home fries are seasoned and melt in your mouth. Our entire party (16) was over the moon about this place.
If you love breakfast you need to make it a priority to stop by Brother Juniper's the next time you are in Memphis. I was completely blown away by the variety of options. The cinnamon bun pancakes were perfect and the open face Desperado omelette had a huge amount of vegetables. A little off the beaten path, but we'll worth your time to stop.