Patrick’s News and Events

Holiday Hours

Patrick’s 2017-2018 Holiday Season Schedule:

Sunday, December 17th 
closing at 6pm for employee Christmas Party

Christmas Eve
open for lunch

Christmas Day

New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Day
open & free blackeyed peas with every order!

Closed for Labor Day

Patrick’s (and our sister store-Heritage Tavern & Kitchen) will be closed on Monday, September 4th, 2017 for Labor Day. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday. We hope you enjoy the holiday!

Happy Hour at Patrick’s

We offer happy hour every day 3-7 pm with $1 off well drinks and $.50 off domestic draft beers. Our patio is open & now is the perfect time to unwind with a beverage!

Special This Week: A New & Improved Menu

Instead of (off-menu) Weekly Specials this week, Patrick’s has a NEW MENU!

Come check out our new Menu Items!

New Appetizers, Sandwiches, Sliders, and Entrees! We are very excited to unveil our new & improved menu!

Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet at Patrick’s

This Sunday, May 14th is Mother’s Day!  Patrick’s is serving a first-class brunch buffet that is sure to please mom & the entire family! Let us spoil your mom with a delicious meal, so you can give her your undivided attention – stress free!

The Menu Includes: – Prime Rib – Smoked Salmon – Peel & Eat Shrimp – Omelet Station – Fresh Fruit – Salads – Fresh baked breads, pastries, muffins and cookies – AND a variety of Meats & Veggies from our regular menu.

Mother’s Day Brunch will be served all-you-can-eat/buffet style.

Adults – $21.95
Kids – 12 & Under – $9.95!

St Patrick’s Day 2017 at Patrick’s Bar and Patio

It is our favorite time of year and this year St. Paddy’s Day is on a FRIDAY!

We will be hosting a party with LIVE MUSIC, Irish food & drink specials, and more fun that we can contain inside the restaurant! Join us in the party tent, or at a table inside this year to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in true Patrick’s form!

Indoor & Outdoor Festivitiies:

Drink Specials (draft beers, shots & more)

Irish Food Specials:

  • Corned Beef & Cabbage – Tender corned beef made from Certified Angus Beef slow-simmered with Guinness beer, potatoes, cabbage, and spices. Served with your choice of 2 veggies.
  • Corned Beef Sliders – Our Certified Angus Corned Beef slow-simmered in a seasoned beer and beef stock, sliced thick, and topped with melted Swiss cheese. Served with house or curly fries.
  • Bangers & Mash – Roasted sausage and mashed potatoes smothered in onion gravy and served with a side of peas & carrots.
  • Fish-n-Chips – Traditional Irish pub grub!
  • …and, of course, Green Beer!

    Live St Patrick’s Day – Music under the PARTY Tent:

  • Charvey Mac – 5-8pm
  • Frankie Holly & the Noise 9pm-12am
  • Best Memphis Burger Fest

    It’s that time of year: BURGERFEST! Patrick’s & our Sister Restaurant Heritage are participating again this year. We hope you will join us!

    Enjoy these photos from last year’s competetion as you think about all the delicious burgers you can sample all in one place at the end of this month!

    Coming Soon! Heritage Tavern & Kitchen

    Patrick’s is excited to welcome our sister restaurant, Heritage Tavern & Kitchen located at 6150 Poplar Ave in the Regalia Shopping Center! The grand opening is only a few short months away.

    Slated to open in August of 2015, Heritage Tavern & Kitchen will celebrate American heritage with culinary classics from each region of the country.
    Like Patrick’s, Heritage will offer quality food without breaking the bank! The price point on lunch items will hover between $10-$12, with dinner averaging $18-$25.

    Want to sample the Heritage Menu? Our Weekly Specials @Patrick’s will offer previews of Heritage menu items as we prepare for the Grand Opening.

    Like Heritage Tavern & Kitchen on Facebook for more updates.

    Read the June 16th article in the Memphis Business Journal announcing Heritage Tavern & Kitchen.

    Mike Miller Honored as the 2014 Memphis Restaurant Association’s Restaurateur of the Year

    Wednesday, April 15, 2015


    Some say it takes a leap of faith to get into the restaurant industry. The two award recipients at the upcoming Memphis Restaurant Association Annual Banquet have not only jumped feet first into the risky industry, but both have also jumped off skyscrapers in support of local charity.

    Patrick’s Neighborhood Bar & Patio owner, Mike Miller, and Gem Restaurant Supply owner, Hale Barclay, who have both participated in (Miller twice) the Special Olympics ‘Over the Edge’ event where participants rappel down White Station Tower to raise money for the charity, are this year’s Restaurateur and Associate Members of the Year respectively.

    Miller, a Past MRA President, is a 30-year veteran of the Memphis restaurant scene. Today, in addition to running his popular East Memphis restaurant, Miller heads up the MRAPAC where he spearheads legislative initiatives for the local hospitality industry. He has served on the TnHTA Board since 2008, and sits on the Board of Serving Memphis. When not jumping off buildings or jumping in the freezing Mississippi River at the Annual Polar Bear plunge, Mike can be found helping to educate Memphis youth about the culinary arts through local non-profit Knowledge Quest.

    Fellow daredevil, Barclay has loyally served the Memphis restaurant community through his supply business since 1980. He has been an ardent supporter of the MRA, as both a member since 1990 and representing his fellow vendors on the board since 2011. Barclay also extends his service to the hospitality industry to local charities such as the Mid-South Food Bank, Haiti Medical Missions of Memphis and Children’s Heart Foundation.

    The Banquet on Sunday, March 29th was held for the first time at the Memphis Cook Convention Center where the Association welcomed newcomers and honored guests, Bass Pro, to the Memphis hospitality family.

    ‘Bass Pro adds a new, game changing element to the hospitality offerings in Memphis,’ says Banquet Chair Kate Pera. “Most people don’t realize the extent of their hospitality expertise. We’re very excited to welcome them into the Memphis restaurant and hotel community.”

    The money generated from the banquet helps cover general operating expenses that allows the Association to continue their educational programming and governmental services for their membership and the Memphis restaurant community as a whole.

    The Memphis Restaurant Association is the premier support organization dedicated to the success of the restaurant industry and community.