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Wednesday, Nov. 07, 2012

h.h.h. (Happy Hour Heaven) for Nov. 8, 2012

A Weekly Review of The Strand’s Happy Hour Scene

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THE LOCALE | Dirty Deb’s Sports Lounge, Conway

THE LOWDOWN | Dirty Deb’s Sports Lounge is now open on Sundays. It is football season, after all. That’s where we decided to go this week for happy hour to check out the games and the deals.

Dirty Deb’s Sports Lounge is located on S.C. 544 in the Food Lion complex near and basically behind Sonic and a few paces south of Coastal Carolina University’s main campus. It’s a cozy sports bar with a friendly staff and sociable regulars. It’s a locals’ spot and neighborhood bar. Prices are affordable and the atmosphere is laid back. According to regulars, it’s the hidden jewel of Myrtle Beach and Conway.

You can sit at the square bar as you walk in or at high-top tables. TVs are scattered throughout the bar and the bar has the NFL Sunday Ticket TV package. On the walls there are murals as well as sports memorabilia. There’s an interesting way for people and businesses to advertise at Dirty Deb’s. The drop-ceiling has advertisements painted on various panels.

You can find games such as Golden Tee, Silver Strike, Ms Pac Man and Galaga. There are three pool tables and pool tournaments on Wednesdays. People sing Karaoke on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Happy hour runs until 7 p.m. daily. Drink specials include $2 draft beers and $3 house liquors. You can also snag $2 vodka all day everyday.

TIPS | Dirty Deb’s will be a Toys for Tots drop-off location.

FIND IT | 1191 S.C. 544, Conway. Call 234-3174.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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