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Ecco is Italian for 'here it is' - and once you've discovered it, 'here' may be the only place you'll want to dine. That's because this small, Evergreen neighborhood eatery offers a very intimate... Read More
Ecco is Italian for 'here it is' - and once you've discovered it, 'here' may be the only place you'll want to dine. That's because this small, Evergreen neighborhood eatery offers a very intimate experience and unquestionably fantastic food. The focus at Ecco is home-cooked, yet modern, European fare; its German owner spent much of her childhood throughout the continent and was clearly influenced by her time living in Italy before moving to Memphis. Lucky for Memphis, Sabine Bachmann's vision - carried out by her son/chef - is fresh, Mediterranean-influenced, and offers seasonal appeal. We particularly enjoyed the sausage plate (it's a Memphis thing) with its homemade sausage and we paired it with the cheese plate; the huge Berkshire Farms pork chop with an orange glaze seems to be the signature dish, and the cassoulet was another favorite during our recent visit. Ecco offers lunch, dinner, and what it calls Saturday brunch, which is what we call an excuse to have crepes and cava. And, it's good to note that happy hour starts at 4:30, with dinner service beginning at 5:30. There's patio seating when weather permits, a great happy hour at the bar, and a Eruopean neighborhood bistro atmosphere at Ecco that's simply charming.
1585 Overton Park
Memphis, TN 38112
- Tue-Thu: 4:30pm-9:30pm,; 11am-2pm
- Fri: 4:30pm-10pm,; 11am-2pm
- Sat: 4:30pm-10pm,; 9am-2pm