Mon–Wed 11:00 AM–Midnight
Thu–Sat 11:00 AM–2:00 AM
Sun 11:00 AM–Midnight
About The Brass Door
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
Location & Directions
Tips for The Brass Door
Go downstairs for another awesome bar!
- Brian Crider
Try the shepherd's pie, absolutely amazing. And, sit at the bar during an off night, get to know the bar tenders, great group.
- Garry Cihak
Try the Fish n Chips they are as good as the Fish n Chips at Kooky Canuck.
- Shawn Danko
Try the Palm Belgian Ale
- Christopher Bevel
The fries at the Brass Door are quite possibly the best in the city.
- Kerry Crawford
the bartenders will stand up for you when the creepy guy reputedly tries to touch you. Also, cool decor.
- Andrew Healan
There's live music in the basement (called the Cavern) on the weekends.
- Kerry Crawford
It's 1130 pm and they are closed
- Mason Hieb
Leigh is awesome! Very fun trying new drinks. She really knows her shit.
- Daniel Abendroth
Worst experience ever!!!
$3 wine & bingo every Wednesday night! Martini Monday coming soon!
- Cheri Seale
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
- DeVonte P
I am at The Mad Earl next door. Looks really cool.
- Mark Yacoubian
- Matt Barrett
The "bacon and eggs" is an awesome brunch meal.
- Jeremy Armstrong
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.
- Rebecca M.
Freddie is the best bartender!
- Margaret Walker
The Shrimp & Grits for Sunday Brunch are quite excellent.
- Ben Robertson
This is the home bar for the American Outlaws. Come downstairs during USA soccer games and have a pint with us!
- American Outlaws Memphis
They have Strongbow!! My new favorite place.
- Rebecca Rogers