Soul Fish Cafe Opens in Wolfchase
Soul Fish Cafe opens its fourth Memphis Area location by the Wolfchase mall at 5:00 pm on July 31, 2019. It is located in a newly constructed building at 8413 US 64. The Soul Fish Cafe has become a recognized name in the Memphis area, with locations in Germantown, East Memphis, and Cooper Young where they have been serving up catfish and po'boy sandwiches since 2006.
With its classic outdoor dining experience, the Soul Fish is bound to attract customers from all around the Bartlett area. In an article with the Memphis Business Journal, Tiger Bryant, co-owner of Soul Fish Cafe, was quoted on why this location was ideal, saying "We're going to be pulling from Bartlett, Arlington, Oakland, Cordova and it's just a big cross section of people coming from the Mid-South that come to the Area."
In the same MBJ article, the new construction was estimated to cost more than $1 MM.
Read more from the MBJ Article announcing the project back in January, and the new Daily Memphian article here.
Business Facilities' 2019 State rankings are out, and Tennessee tops the list for Best Business Climate. This echoes the message that Tennessee Governor Bill Lee has spread about the outstanding business climate and workforce of the Volunteer State. Business Facilities' Editor in Chief, Jack Rodgers, notes Tennessee's "customized workforce training, prefertilized sites or lower industrial electricity costs" as the points that raise it above the crowd.
In Shelby County, a priority has been put on developing sound workforce training in order to ensure companies that they will have a sustainable pipeline of skilled workers. Bartlett High school has a leading CNC Machining program and an extensive CTE vocational class program that allows students to graduate with credit towards their Technical Degree. Through their partnership with the Greater Memphis Medical Device Council, local Technical Schools and Community Colleges have coordinated with local industry, tailoring their curriculum to ensure graduates have the skills they need to be productive workers. More and more, companies are finding Shelby County, and Tennessee as a whole, to be a great place to do business.
To read deeper into Business Facilities' State Rankings, click here.