119 South Main St
Memphis, TN 38103Neighborhood:
Comfort FoodPrice: $30 and under
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://barnonememphis.com/
- Phone: (901) 522-1488
- Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Nightly: 4:00pm - 2:00am Opening for lunch spring 2011
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Comfort Food, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Antony Field
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Smoking Area (patio only), Wine, Wine Bar
- Catering: Offsite catering is available, please contact the chef for details. We also can cater events in the lobby of our building for up to 400 people.
- Entertainment: Live Music Tuesday Nights, Check our Facebook for updates on acts and additional events.
- Cross Street: Gayoso
- Public Transit: Trolley Stop: Peabody Place
- Parking: Public Lot
- Parking Details: We validate parking at the Tower Garage at Peabody Place. Garage address is 110 Peabody Place at Second Street Validation gives $2 off the first 3 hours. Program subject to change at discretion of Downtown Parking Authority and Premier System Parking. Special Events Excluded.
A word from Bar None
Chef John Bragg and Chef Antony Field have teamed up to create our ideal of a comfortable and casual restaurant and bar. Serving fabulous casual food, fun and friendly wines, freshly made signature cocktails, and local craft brews. The menu features simple hearty food made for sharing: bar snacks, sliders and pub plates, and homemade comfort-food desserts. We have a Jukebox, private and VIP areas, Darts, 7 big screen TVs, Half Yards of ale, Community Tables and Memphis' only Copper Bar! The best food in a pub...Bar None!Continued
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Bar None reviews from OpenTable diners
- Horrible experienceOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 4/9/2011I've never written a bad review on Open Table, but this one called for it. My experience at Bar None was the worst I've had dining in Memphis - (and I'm a Memphis native). The service was horrible - it took forever to get our drinks and our food and when we got our appetizer - (an hour after we'd been sitting there) - it was (of course) cold and tasted like a bowl of cream cheese. Please do something about the spinach dip or take it off the menu - it's horrible. The sliders were just ok, but altogether what made the experience so bad was the server. She was rude and didn't seem to even acknowledge us throughout the entire dining experience. I'm don't think I'd call it a "dining experience" and I certainly wouldn't go back there again.
- Nice place with a group of friendsTNFoodieVIPDined on 3/12/2011We went to Bar None for my birthday. I wanted a relaxing night with friends, have a few drinks and some good food. I made a reservation on earlier in the week. Because I had seen online reviews stating that service was spotty, I mentioned in the reservation that it was my birthday and what I wanted out of the evening. When we got there, a table was reserved for the 6 of us, and altho the bar orders were slow, our primary server was very attentive and made sure we were taken care of all night. The food was very good. The only dim spots was the cobb salad (too much dressing) and the spinach-artichoke dip (too much sour cream). The crab cake sliders were great. We were happy with the evening, altho the place is really a bar not a lounge.Special Features:
- Food was GREAT!! Love theOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 3/8/2011Food was GREAT!! Love the "sliders". A bit pricey, but quality good.Special Features:
- Nice happy hour specials onOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 2/19/2011Nice happy hour specials on beer. The crab cake and beef tenderloin sliders were delicious!Special Features:
- Bad Service, Bad Wine... Bar None!OpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 2/16/2011We were quite disappointed on our trip to Bar None. House wines we tried (Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay) were undrinkable.Neither tasted like what they were supposed to be. We sent the Pinot Grigio back and opted for beer. Chardonnay tasted like Fume Blanc. Took an hour to get food.Servce was poor and inattentive. Only redeeming feature was that food was pretty good but not good enough to warrant a trip back any time soon. They need to hire professional servers and improve the wine list. We ordered the conch chowder (which server mispronounced as "conch" instead of the correct "conk")and were delivered french onion soup. Overall, we had been at the restaurant an hour before the first bite of food came from the kitchen. Not a good evening.
- Very cute restaurant. GreatOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 2/12/2011Very cute restaurant. Great beer selection, but small plates were not distinctive. Good, but not overwhelmingly great food. Nice ambiance and location. I'd recommend to friends as a drink and appetizer spot.Special Features:
- great food but the servicemassekeVIPDined on 2/12/2011great food but the service was poor. Missed items on the order, left us with empty drinks and brought an incorrect drink to the table. The restaurant has a lot of potential but they really need to improve service.Special Features:
- We went to BarNone beforeCrisDGVIPDined on 1/7/2011We went to BarNone before a Grizzlies game with 2 other couples. The food was fantastic and very reasonable. We all had the daily fish special (delicious!) and the slider special (tuna) for the day- which we all wished would become part of the regular menu. We also tried the hummus appetizer which was wonderful. Our waitress was very attentive. They have a fantastic beer selection, some members of our party were even brave enough to go for a 1/2 yard of beer. Great neighborhood bar and will be back for sure.Special Features: