Elvis Presley would have been 78 this January - and while the King is long gone, he lives on in the hearts and minds of his millions of fans, thousands of whom will flock to Memphis to celebrate his birthday at Graceland. You can toast the musical legend with his favorite food, served year-round at the Arcade Restaurant, one of his favorite haunts. A fried panut butter and 'naner (as Elvis called it) sandwich from the Arcade Restaurant. — Photo courtesy of Michael Donahue
The restaurant's fried peanut butter and banana sandwich is two buttered slabs of Texas toast filled with crunchy peanut butter and sliced bananas thrown on the griddle to brown both sides (there's no deep fryer involved!). It's served with one side, for $7.95. If a fried PB&B isn't your thing, try Coletta's on South Parkway, where Elvis and the Memphis Mafia used to indulge in Italian food.