Brewery, Winery & Distillery
About this Business
- American, Pub Food, Traditional
The waitress and bar manager were handling it very well considering they were down a cook and the bar manager was also having to deal w/ a rude drunk and we were very impressed with the staff
Poor service, bad food, many items on the menu were not available. Waste of money if you're going there simply to eat
They charged a cover charge 2 hours before their band started & we weren't even there that long.
The service was not good. We had to wait for the server to come back to see if we needed anything. We had to ask for ourselves for napkins, salt, etc. even though they were not busy at all. The atmosphere was not in our tastes either. The offerings were just sandwiches and appetizers, it is not a restaurant per se, it is a bar.
I went there for dinner around 5:30. I think they had just opened because it was cold and almost no one was there. But I was really impressed with the space and wished I would have checked it out at a later hour when the music and dancing started. It would be a great place to karaoke (if they do it).
From Our Editors
Notes of live music echo throughout the two-story structure of Beale Street Live, summoning feet to the dance floor of this Mardi Gras–themed bar and restaurant. The eatery’s savory appetizers, such as steak fries or mozzarella sticks, make it easy for friends to share or play edible Jenga. Classic pub-style bites such as hot wings and nachos satisfy cravings, and cheeseburgers and classic deli, grill, and barbecue sandwiches quell ampler appetites. On top of nixing hunger, visits to Beale Street Live also conquer boredom with brisk games of pool or live musical performances illuminated by a professional lighting system.
Beale Street Live