When owner and chef Jackson Kramer opened Bounty on Broad last fall, Memphis welcomed it with open arms. It was another thoughtful addition to the Broad Avenue district, as a full renovation of a historic building built in the 1800s.
Based on many reviews of the restaurant opening, the open arms were largely extended to Chef Jackson and his return to the Memphis food scene. He was eager to share a menu driven by his roots and his own style. The result is a casual, family-style menu sourced with local ingredients. The idea for a butcher shop was built into the design.
Here you will find a few of my images of the space that don't do it justice, and images of just a few plates I tasted on my visits to Bounty on Broad. I often find myself craving vegetables - sweet corn, brussel sprouts, and roasted beets. These were the items on the menu that drew me in, but after trying the delicious trout and duck, I had new reasons to go back. And as expected of any great southern restaurant, they have some specially crafted cocktails great for this warmer weather. Pair it with great food shared amongst family and friends, and it'll feel like home.
Open for Sunday brunch and dinners. Butcher shop open during select times during the week and on Saturdays. Follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more updates. Don't forget to make Mother's Day brunch reservations.
Logo (shown on the first image and successfully in almost every photo of the restaurant) and branding by Jason Prater of Farmhouse Marketing.
Much to admire.