The Brass Door is an authentic and upscale Irish pub in downtown Memphis where warm hospitality greets you when you come in for a pint, a meal or for conversation. Happy Hour 4-7pm Monday-Friday $1 off all pints (except Guinness) $1 off well drinks
Unfortunately my out of town guest had a horrible experience. She received dirty silverware, a bottle cap in her glass of water, and lipstick on her glass of wine. It was unimaginable
Try the shepherd's pie, absolutely amazing. And, sit at the bar during an off night, get to know the bar tenders, great group.
I could eat a meal of just 2 orders of goat cheese fritters and be a very happy girl. Fries are some of the best in the city.
the bartenders will stand up for you when the creepy guy reputedly tries to touch you. Also, cool decor.
A fantastic pub! Friendly staff, great food and drink, and the best burger and chips in Memphis!
New Irish pub in the core. Live music venue downstairs. Lounge area in the mezzanine.
This is the home bar for the American Outlaws. Come downstairs during USA soccer games and have a pint with us!
There's live music in the basement (called the Cavern) on the weekends.
Leigh is awesome! Very fun trying new drinks. She really knows her shit.
Unfortunately for the servers this place is ridiculously understaffed which makes the service really, really slow.
The Shrimp & Grits for Sunday Brunch are quite excellent.
They just custom made my vegetarian wife a dish. This place is amazing.
The chips (fries) are top notch. Don't forget the malt vinegar.
Try the Fish n Chips they are as good as the Fish n Chips at Kooky Canuck.
$3 wine & bingo every Wednesday night! Martini Monday coming soon!
The fried goat cheese fritters are amazing!
I am at The Mad Earl next door. Looks really cool.
The "bacon and eggs" is an awesome brunch meal.
canned PBR $2.50, guinness on tap $5
Go downstairs for another awesome bar!
Try the Palm Belgian Ale
Freddie is the best bartender!
They have Strongbow!! My new favorite place.
Worst experience ever!!!