Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 11am - 2pm . . . 4:30pm - 9pm
Wednesday: 11am - 2pm . . . 4:30pm - 9pm
Thursday: 11am - 2pm . . . 4:30pm - 9pm
Friday: 11am - 2pm . . . 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Saturday: 10am - 2pm . . . 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Sunday: Closed

Happy Hour Tuesday - Thursday, 4:30pm - 6:30pm
including small plates, select wine $6/glass or $20/bottle, house cocktails $7, well drinks $5

Saturday Brunch: 10am - 2pm


  • Novel Chooses Ecco Owner to Open Restaurant in Planned Bookstore

    by Tom Bailey, Commercial Appeal, June 22, 2017
    A new restaurant inside the planned Novel bookstore will be called Libro, and will be owned and operated by the same family that runs the popular Ecco in Midtown.

    Restaurateur Sabine Bachmann signed the lease Thursday to open a restaurant in the 3,100-square-foot space that will complement the 10,000-square-foot bookstore at 387 S. Perkins Extended in Laurelwood Shopping Center.
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  • Ecco on Overton Park: An Instant Classic in Memphis

    by Sally Walker Davies, USA TODAY 10 BEST, March 4, 2015
    One step into Ecco on Overton Park in Midtown Memphis' Evergreen neighborhood, and it's easy to feel like you've been transported into a little Spanish or Italian eatery.

    The narrow restaurant features a bar on one side; tables for four arranged down the longer side; and clean, white walls on which paintings provide colorful pops of color.
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  • The Top Ten New Restaurants in Memphis for 2015

    by Susan Ellis, Memphis Magazine, February, 2015
    If God is in the details, then God certainly dines at Sabine Bachmann’s Ecco on Overton Park. Everything has been carefully thought out, from the font on the menu and art on the walls to the pretty wood tables topped with delicate wine glasses and the exquisitely thought-out menu.
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  • Sabine Bachmann: Faces of Memphis

    by Christian Owen, StyleBlueprint, January 11, 2015
    Sabine Bachmann brings European charm to Memphis in the form of two distinctive restaurants. She is the founder and owner of Fratelli’s, which is inside the Memphis Botanic Garden, and ECCO on Overton Park, located in the Evergreen Historic District. Commercial Appeal writer Jennifer Biggs listed ECCO as one of the 10 best restaurants of 2014 and named the chorizo burger at ECCO as one of her 10 favorite dishes of the year. What is immediately apparent to anyone who meets Sabine is that passion and quality surround all that she does as an innovative restaurateur.
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  • Biggs: Best of Memphis Dining in 2014

    by Jennifer Biggs, Commercial Appeal, December 23, 2014
    Ecco is Sabine Bachmann’s bistro in the Evergreen neighborhood. (This year, she also celebrated the 10th anniversary of Fratelli’s Cafe in the Memphis Botanic Garden.) The former Fresh Slices is hardly recognizable, now light-filled and airy inside with a small patio in front and a large covered patio in back. The orange and fennel salad is lovely, the cheese plate is easily a meal, and the Ecco burger, made with chorizo, is decadent.
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