Bonne Terre Country Inn & Cafe

4715 Church Rd W
Nesbit, 38641
We spent 2 nights here and wish our stay had been longer. Hospitality was gracious, surroundings superb and it was great to have breakfast at a B&B prepared by an obviously talented chef. Only sorry that our schedule did not permit being there to have dinner. All of this is only 30 minutes from downtown Memphis. Having travelled in about 40 countries world wide, this certainly makes our "top ten" list.
My BF and I stayed at Bonne Terre for the 4th of July weekend. Emily was so accommodating and welcoming. Even though she had given her staff the holiday off, she was constantly there for us. She made breakfast for us every morning and made sure we were comfortable in our beautiful room. When our thermostat in our room wasn't working well, she had it replaced while we were out on the town! Now, that's service! Breakfast every morning was very filling and tasty and the dinner at the cafe on our last night there was outstanding. We had such a wonderful stay at Bonne Terre. We would definitely recommend to our friends and we would love to go back if we have the opportunity to be in that area again. Thank you, Emily, for such a great stay!
My wife and I have been extremely busy this summer so on a whim, we made a last minute decision to try Bonne Terre for an easy quick relaxing getaway. Our experience exceeded my expectations. Sounds cliché but this place is a truly hidden gem. We spent most of the hot afternoon in their amazingly cool salt water pool and never saw another soul. After showers we dressed up and had cocktails in their cafe, followed by a delicious dinner. The cafe setting overlooking a beautiful lake with nice background music was soothing and romantic. The kitchen is open so it was entertaining to watch the chef (by himself!) prepare everyone's meals. The menu and wine list is simple and all our courses were prepared perfectly. No car ride home as our room was just a short stroll. Our room was very quiet, with a super comfortable bed, and great A.C. The next morning we ended our stay with a delicious home style breakfast in the cafe. Love this place!

(662) 781-5100

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Happy Daze

110 Pleasant Hill Rd
Nesbit, 38651
On our way back from the Hernando Square, we decided to check out this establishment for dessert, as it had a weird dive-esque feel to it. We walked in and saw a bunch of photos of classic pop-culture icons sprawled across the wall. This place is definitely low on glamour, but has it's own charm about it. I then ordered the caramel soft-serve. I found out the small was $2.40 and the extra large was $3, so I decided to go big on this one and got the XL. I got the ice cream and it was FAR more than I needed or could finish; two people could split it and probably still have leftovers. I'll admit, I wasn't a tremendous fan of the taste, but I'm not much of a soft-serve fan to begin with so I won't dock them that substantially for my not liking the flavor as much as other ice creams. At the end of the day, the prices are simply amazing here and I will likely come back here at some point and try some actual food next time we come to this part of town.
I really wanted to like Happy Daze and give it five stars, but that is not to be the case. While the service staff were mostly friendly and polite, the food was a huge, and I mean HUGE, disappointment. Since Happy Daze is a mom-n-pop joint that locals seem to enjoy, I expected the food to be more unique. What they have is preprocessed and prepackage food that anybody can buy from Sysco and slap a price on it. The hamburger meat was a pre-made soy patty, the fries were shoestring type from a bag, and the nachos and cheese were nothing more than bagged chips and "cheese" in a can from the grocery store. In addition, it is far too expensive. The only bright spot was the attempt to decorate the place with old albums and such from Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis, and the music was pleasing (80's and 90's country). I am sorry to say that I will never be back and I caution everyone who reads this to not expect much.
Having just moved to the area i was looking for something close and fast to grab for lunch. I happen to come across this little place right down the road from me and was more than pleased with what i found. its not big by any means but the food and the price was right for a quick lunch. On the inside there is a multitude of elvis memorabilia and a small sitting area. On the outside there is an ice cream bar also with a sitting area. The milkshakes were actually very good id put them a step above the sonics in the area.

(662) 429-0208

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