The first Beef O’Brady’s opened in 1985 when founder Jim Mellody decided to create a casual, comfortable sports bar where friends and families could gather for good food, cold beer and fun times. Today, there are more than 200 locations, including this one tucked away in a Carolina Forest shopping center.
Traditional Irish pub grub and good-old American classics make up the menu. Guests frequently make a meal out of the appetizers, featuring chicken wings with a dozen different sauces, potato skins loaded with bacon, cheese and sour cream, and the signature Whole Lotta Steak Nachos, piled high with all the usual fixings plus grilled and shaved skirt steak. Beef’s famous baskets include chili cheese fries, fish ‘n chips, chicken tenders and tacos, The burgers and sandwiches are popular picks, especially the OMG Pretzel Roll Sliders and the Roast Beef Garlic Melt. Burritos, wraps, ribs and shrimp complete the diverse menu. A wide bar selection includes draft and bottled beer, wine and cocktails, and the kids can order a specialty shake. Dessert choices include a tasty Molten Lava Chocolate Cake.
The décor says Irish pub meets American sports bar, featuring wall-to-wall TVs and sports memorabilia. Wooden booths and tables offer views of the big game from virtually every angle. The crowd is generally friendly and out for a good time, so expect good-natured cheering and banter between tables.
3689 Renee Drive, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
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