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Three Sheets Bar — Replacing T Murray's in Brewery District

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  • #87319

    bing
    Member

    Hi everyone, I was riding my bike in the Brewery District yesterday and noticed a place next to High Beck, looks like it’s called Murray’s? Does anyone have info on this? It looked kind of nice on the inside, it looked pretty close to opening too (i.e stocked bar, cash register set up, napkins/silver on the table)… Also, that specific location never seems to do well so I wonder how this one will fare.

    I’m intrigued.

    #451459

    We are glad that you spotted us, bing.

    The name of the restaurant is:

    T Murray’s Bar and Kitchen

    Our address is 560 S. High Street.

    Our phone number is 614-824-2301.

    We are opening for business on Monday, July 11 at 11:00 AM. We are offering lunch, Monday through Friday and dinner, Monday through Saturday.

    We have a great menu, wonderful cocktails, friendly staff and comfortable atmosphere.

    Come in to check us out!

    #451460
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Congrats on the opening tomorrow! I’ve been watching the construction for some time. ;) Looking forward to checking it out!

    #451461

    tolemac5050
    Participant
    #451462
    Snarf
    Snarf
    Participant

    I went for a preview night last Thursday to try out the menu. The food was excellent…

    My favorite was an “eggplant stack” appetizer that was phenomenal, layers of fried eggplant with cooked spinach and cheese in a bordelaise sauce, so good! I also enjoyed the crispy pancetta in the mussels, although the broth could be punched up a bit.

    I ordered a main of a breaded chicken breast that was served below arugula and tomato salad with a potato fennel gratin and asparagus. My date had red snapper atop a white bean mixture that was really tasty, impressive portion v price.

    Kinks were minimal in terms of service, but were expected for a preview. I’m sure they’ll have everything ironed out in no time. I’m definitely looking forward to a return trip.

    #451463

    Thanks for helping us practice, Snarf!

    We received a lot of nice comments from the volunteers that helped us out during our preview.

    The website will be updated soon with the menu and photos that show what our dining and bar areas look like.

    #451464

    patient_zero
    Participant

    Snarf said:
    I went for a preview night last Thursday to try out the menu. The food was excellent…

    My favorite was an “eggplant stack” appetizer that was phenomenal, layers of fried eggplant with cooked spinach and cheese in a bordelaise sauce, so good!

    My date had red snapper atop a white bean mixture that was really tasty, impressive portion v price.

    The eggplant sounds great. I’m a sucker for fried eggplant, when it’s breaded and fried or baked long enough, and not rubbery. This reminds me of Buca di Beppo’s Eggplant Parmesan, with its thin layers of crispy vegetable.

    The bean base sounds like a white bean ragout, an inexpensive but tasty show stopper that’s right up your alley, Snarf. A good ragout will transform a tasty protein – chicken, pork, fish – into a satisfying and memorable meal. Have you ever made ragout in the Snarf kitchen?

    Congratulations to T Murray’s Bar and Kitchen for a seemingly successful opening! You have my respect for introducing yourself on this board – it’s very inviting.

    #451465

    tolemac5050
    Participant
    #451466

    cc
    Member

    Will definitely have to try them out soon.

    #451467

    lolafish
    Member

    Beautiful bar… great new place for happy hour

    #451468

    drew
    Participant

    Always liked Tony when he was at Lindey’s, eager to check out T Murray’s.

    #451469
    Snarf
    Snarf
    Participant

    patient_zero said:
    The eggplant sounds great. I’m a sucker for fried eggplant, when it’s breaded and fried or baked long enough, and not rubbery. This reminds me of Buca di Beppo’s Eggplant Parmesan, with its thin layers of crispy vegetable.

    The bean base sounds like a white bean ragout, an inexpensive but tasty show stopper that’s right up your alley, Snarf. A good ragout will transform a tasty protein – chicken, pork, fish – into a satisfying and memorable meal. Have you ever made ragout in the Snarf kitchen?

    Congratulations to T Murray’s Bar and Kitchen for a seemingly successful opening! You have my respect for introducing yourself on this board – it’s very inviting.

    yes! ragout is the word i was looking for..but when i mentioned the portion being impressive i was referring to the size of the snapper itself.

    i’ve never made a ragout, but have made some tasty indian dishes with beans likely reminiscent of same.

    i wish i had that eggplant stack in front of me right this minute.

    #451470

    Bear
    Participant

    Went there tonight to check it out. Lovely space with some good food on the menu (Snarf, you talked me into the eggplant stack—and thank you!). Tony may be Columbus’ answer to Sam Malone from Cheers!—an incredibly personable, garrulous guy who makes you feel welcome right away. Despite the size and how crowded it was, it felt almost like we were all in Tony’s living room… which I think might be the idea.

    #451471

    hungrywoolf
    Participant

    Very impressed with the service, some interesting menu items and love the space. My only wish would be for some sound proofing. All the hard surfaces made it very loud and a little hard to converse at our table.

    #451472

    Effective last night, we were able to utilize the entire restaurant space for the first time.

    We appreciate everyone’s patience while we put some finishing touches on the interior.

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