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Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012

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A Weekly Review of The Strand’s Happy Hour Scene

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THE LOCALE | Scoreboard Sports Lounge, Little River

THE LOWDOWN | If you’re looking for a local, laid-back spot to watch sports while snagging some happy hour deals, the Scoreboard Sports Lounge is your place. That’s where we wound up this week for happy hour.

The Scoreboard Sports Lounge can be found on U.S. 17 N. in Little River in the building where D’s used to be located. The bar carries the NFL Ticket and fans of all teams are welcome. Whether you belly up to the bar or sit at one of the tables, you should be able to watch the games - there are several flat panel TVs and on one wall there is a large projector screen.

When sporting events aren’t on TV, you can play Wii on that large projector screen. Other games inside the sports bar include Golden Tee, Silver Strike, darts and pool. Patrons test their vocal cords on Friday nights during karaoke, and you can hear occasional live music on Saturdays. When it’s warm, you can play corn hole on the outside patio.

Happy hour runs from 4-7 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Drink deals include $1.75 draft beers, $2 bottled beer and $2 house liquors. Select appetizers are half-price and sliders are a dollar. Check out the nightly specials, too.

Scoreboard Sports Lounge also offers game day specials including $10 buckets and $6 pitchers of beer. On Sundays you can snag 30-cent wings.

TIPS | Follow Scoreboard Sports Lounge on Facebook to find out about upcoming events including on Super Bowl Sunday.

FIND IT | 2001 U.S. 17 North, Little River. Call 318-8371.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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