Barg'N-Mart is one of the main supermarkets in Bikini Bottom. The supermarket appears in "Help Wanted", "Squirrel Jokes", "Night Light", "Slide Whistle Stooges", "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler", "The Sponge Who Could Fly", 'Chocolate With Nuts", "Waiting", "Goo Goo Gas', and "Karate Star". Their most famous product is Kelpo cereals, but also have products that "meets your spatula needs," as stated by SpongeBob. This store is the common marketplace for all Bikini Bottomites, similar to a Walmart or Target (or a Zellers in Canada) in the ocean. The store functions much like a usual bargain store. Products shown include their wall of Kelpo, their paper towels; commonly used with the slogans in town or around (as mentioned in SpongeBob Meets the Strangler), deodorant, baby powder, and other items, such as soup and night lights. This store is currently the only major store in Bikini Bottom, which leads to the questions of where the furniture and other home items are purchased. In "SpongeBob SquarePants: Employee of the Month", it is shown to sell cooking oil, Jellyfish Jelly, Kelpo, TVs and Food-in-a-can.
List of destructions
- Dying for Pie: Got destroyed, like the rest of Bikini Bottom.
- Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm: Maybe got destroyed when the giant worm came out at the night.
- The Krusty Plate: After SpongeBob uses a maximum power, it probably got destroyed after the atomic bomb.
- Karate Star: Patrick destroyed the Barg'N-Mart by his uncontrolled karate hand.
- Whelk Attack: It was obviously destroyed when the mama whelk was vacuuming in\ swallowing every thing and the whole of bikini bottom.
- The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom: Probably got destroyed when the Krabby Patty was eating everything.
- SpongeHenge: Abandoned/destroyed from age/unknown causes. It does not show in this episode, but it is very likely that it did happen, as even the Krusty Krab is abandoned/destroyed.
- Barg-'N-Mart is a parody of Walmart. Besides the Krusty Krab, Barg'N-Mart was the only establishment to be shown in the first 5 episodes.
- The name is similar to the Kwik-E-Mart from The Simpsons.
- Barg N' Mart was originally for groceries in the early series, but later it became more of a convenience store.