Stopped in for some warm lunch on a very icy weekend. The food was very good, and the waitress was very polite.
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This bar gives you the feeling of a fun and relaxed neighborhood hangout. A diverse crowd of people, but everyone was having fun. The bar was loud, but it wasn't over the top. Their beer selection was nice, and their menu looks like it had...More
A short walk from the Residence inn but far enough from Beale Street. Friendly welcoming tavern full of locals rather than tourists (I think I was the only one). Music continuously playing from jukebox. Staff extremely friendly and helpful. Good range of draft beers, great...More
Yikes! Just passing through Memphis, staying one night in the area and stumbled upon The Bar Dog. It was recommended by the gal at the front desk of the Sleep Inn. We went to the Bar Dog with no expectations and found that it was...More
We spent New Year's Eve here and had a great time. The food was quite simple - sliders, fried chicken, very good smoked salmon on soda bread. It used to be a bank and the interior is very stylish. Good atmosphere, worth a visit.
During our downtown Memphis trek, we stopped in at Bardog Tavern for a beer. It's definitely a cool place to check out, and it has a neighborhood feel to it. Most of the folks at the bar looked like regulars who were hanging out and...More
I visited when I was in town for work. They were offering a “taste of the town” special which included a salad or soup, flatiron steak or mahi mahi, and dessert for around $20. The food was phenomenal as was the service. The bartender was...More
Nice neighborhood bar. Old wood. Good vibes. The food was very good (had salads and the deluxe grilled cheese) and very reasonably priced. We had 4 drinks (heavy pour!) and dinner for around $40. Cons: The bartender upstairs was not very friendly AND smoking is...More