“For those guests that enjoyed us back in ‘70s, this is going to bring back some fond memories for them,” said Lafayette’s general manager Julian Salley. “The really cool opportunity we have here is to create something awesome for local Memphis.”
Lafayette's offers nightly live onstage music along with a full menu by executive chef Jody Moyt.
For the upcoming 1,300-square-foot expansion, the venue’s current stage setup will be pushed back 20 feet into its original space, which had been occupied in recent years by The Attic clothing store. The additional space will allow for a new green room area for performers and will increase capacity by up to 80 guests (the current capacity is 275 guests).