Inside Memphis's growing theater district, this casual French bistro with a Southern twist makes a good spot for a pre-show meal (or a nightcap later). The food isn't particularly inventive, but the Gallic influence here is a nice change in a town without much European influence beyond straight-up Italian. Along with classic French dishes like salade Niçoise and seafood crepes, Café 1912 also features grouper, salmon, scallops, and other seafood entrées. Its Sunday brunch brings staples that include croque monsieur and croque madame.