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Exclusive: Bari finds balance and flexibility in a new space down the street

By , Daily Memphian Updated: March 24, 2021 10:52 AM CT | Published: March 23, 2021 5:29 PM CT
<strong>Bari Ristorante owners Rebecca and Jason Severs (in the dining room of their Italian restaurant on Aug. 11, 2020) are relocating their Overton Square restaurant to a location a few blocks south, to the former Midtown Yoga building.</strong> <strong>&ldquo;June is what we&rsquo;re planning for right now, certainly what we&rsquo;re hoping for,&rdquo; said Rebecca Severs.</strong> (Mark Weber/Daily Memphian file)

Bari Ristorante owners Rebecca and Jason Severs (in the dining room of their Italian restaurant on Aug. 11, 2020) are relocating their Overton Square restaurant to a location a few blocks south, to the former Midtown Yoga building. “June is what we’re planning for right now, certainly what we’re hoping for,” said Rebecca Severs. (Mark Weber/Daily Memphian file)

Bari will leave its home of 19 years in May and move to a former yoga studio on Cooper, where it will have room to expand outdoor seating and parking.

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Jennifer Biggs

Jennifer Biggs

Jennifer Biggs is a native Memphian and veteran food writer and journalist who covers all things food, dining and spirits related for The Daily Memphian.