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Barg'N-Mart is one of the main supermarkets in Bikini Bottom. It first appears in the episode "Help Wanted."

About

Their most famous product is Kelpo cereal, but they also have products meeting all of one's spatula needs, as stated by SpongeBob in "Help Wanted." This store is the common marketplace for all Bikini Bottomites. The store functions much like a usual bargain store.

Products shown there include their wall of Kelpo, their paper towels, deodorant, baby powder, soup, and night lights. In the video game Employee of the Month, it is shown to sell cooking oil, jellyfish jelly, TVs, and Food-in-a-can.

Description

Exterior

Barg'N-Mart resembles a huge treasure chest with a skull-and-crossbones and there is a sign that appears to be designed like a scroll or map, which depicts the store's name written in black text.

Interior

The interior of Barg'N-Mart has orange walls and a metal floor. When a customer first walks in, there is a cash register to the right. There is also an express lane as well. In "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?," it is revealed that there is a freezer section within the store.

Role in series

Barg'N-Mart is a common store that a majority of Bikini Bottom goes to. It appears in many episodes and seems to be the local supermarket for SpongeBob and the other Bikini Bottomites.

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Destruction


Trivia

  • Their slogan, "Meeting all of your spatula needs," is reminiscent of the fictional spatula store called Spatula City from the 1989 movie UHF.
  • In the episode "Bunny Hunt," it is simply called "Grocery." That episode also reveals that they sell pets.
  • There appears to be a kiddie ride outside the store as seen in "Mid-Life Crustacean." SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs are seen riding a seahorse and a clam while Patrick mistakes Incidental 40 as a rider.
  • In the game Legend of the Lost Spatula, the sign mistakenly reads "BargN'Mart."
  • The name is a play on the word "bargain" and the pirate phrase "Argh!," the latter being in reference to the pirate-themed exterior of the store.
  • The only seasons it hasn't appeared in are seasons 4, 8, 10 and 13.