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Eat Like A King on Elvis’ #FoodieFriday

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When in the birthplace of the king, we think you should eat like a king. Elvis definitely had his favorite foods… who could forget the peanut butter and banana sandwich? Check out these #MyTupelo spots for Elvis inspired eats, drinks, and treats where you can dig in, enjoy, and feast like a king. #tupelofoodie

Blue Hawaii Grill by Café 212 | Need a little bit of paradise? Don’t pass on this “Kingly” sandwich made with ham, pineapple, and mayo, grilled on sourdough bread.

Blue Suede Grill by Café 212 | Nothing to feel blue about here… this signature sandwich is served up with bananas, peanut butter, and honey, grilled on wheatberry bread. You can even add bacon!

Elvis’ Coal Roasted Banana Boat Dessert by Kermit’s Outlaw Kitchen | How about a hunk a hunk of burning love? This farm-to-table restaurant serves up a stuffed banana with chocolate pieces and marshmallows that is roasted until the chocolate melts, tops it with a peanut butter sauce, and serves it with vanilla ice cream and graham crackers that are drizzled with honey.

Elvis PoPsy by PoPsy | If you are craving something sweet, try the Elvis PoPsy. This homemade gourmet popsicle is made with peanut butter, banana, and honey before being dipped in organic milk chocolate… you can’t help falling in love with this!

Peanut Butter Banana Cupcake by HOLLYPOPS Bakery  | Who doesn’t want to try a banana-flavored cupcake with peanut butter icing, chocolate drizzle, and a fancy chocolate shaped guitar?

T.C.B Grill by Café 212 | Elvis inspired sandwich with turkey, bacon, Colby jack cheese, mayo, and Dijon, grilled on sourdough bread… thank you, thank you very much.

The King by PoPsy | Looking for a lighter option? Try the King, a sandwich wrap made with peanut butter, banana, local honey, and granola.

The Shakerag by Crave | Named for a historic African- American neighborhood in #MyTupelo widely known for its blues legacy and influence on a young Elvis Presley, this whiskey espresso-based drink with caramel leaves you all shook up!

A Hunk A Hunk Of Bacon Love by Clay’s House of Pig | There’s a whole lot to love with this sandwich … house made bacon with a peanut butter sauce sandwiched between homemade banana bread.

D’ King by D’ Cracked Egg | This waffle sandwich includes peanut butter, bananas and honey.

D’ Love Me Tender by D’ Cracked Egg | Creamy peanut butter, fresh banana slices and honey served on Texas toast.

Tupelo Pink Cadillac by Buffalo Wild Wings | This is a yummy treat that Elvis would have been proud to serve to fans! It is made of Cruzan Black cherry Rum, Strawberry Pucker, dash of lemon sour, and topped off with Sierra Mist.