Take a load off and get cozy in Downtown Memphis’ original two-story NY-style bar that’s been “Open Late Since ’08.” The friendly staff will have you feeling like a regular in no time, and after a few cocktails you may find yourself singing along other with patrons to one of many curated jams in the old-school jukebox.
Bardog’s kitchen serves up simple and fresh American classics, with a few international flavors mixed in. The World Famous Original Memphis Sliders – served with piping hot shoestring fries and signature bourbon mayo – are mouthwatering, as are The Rambo and the Amazing Island Club sandwiches. The rich tomato bisque is the greatest this side of the Mississippi River, which is just a stone’s throw away from the front door of 73 Monroe. The bar’s Spaghetti and Meatballs, made with owner Aldo Dean’s late grandmother’s recipe, is an authentic (and delicious) nod to Dean’s Italian lineage.
Experience one of Memphis’ greatest treasures morning, evening, and late night – and bring your friends, because it’s a guaranteed good time.