h.h.h. (Happy Hour Heaven) for Feb. 7, 2013

A Weekly Review of The Strand’s Happy Hour Scene

February 6, 2013 

THE LOCALE | Tongy’s Shmackhouse, Conway

THE LOWDOWN | Whether you’re looking for a laid back place to watch sports or a huge Bloody Mary bar to cure that weekend hangover, Tongy’s Shmackhouse has you covered. That’s where we went for happy hour this week.

You’ll find Tongy’s Shmackhouse in the University Commons strip mall off U.S. 501 in the unit that used house Chantz Sports Bar & Grill. Located near Coastal Carolina University and Horry-Georgetown Technical College, Tongy’s not only caters to college students but to anyone looking for an excellent meal and tasty drink.

The sports bar features several teams’ flags that hang on the Chanticleer-teal walls, including Ohio State University and Michigan, which is an in-family rivalry between the brothers who own the bar. All fans are welcome and there are TVs throughout the establishment for your sports-viewing pleasure. You can sit at tables, the square bar in back or at tables on the outdoor patio.

Tongy’s has three pool tables, corn hole, Golden Tee and Silver Strike. You can play trivia on Wednesday nights starting at 7. On Sundays be sure to check out the brand new Bloody Mary bar that features roughly 40 ingredients to spice up your drink, including shrimp, olives, hot sauce and more.

Happy hour, or “Shmack Hour,” runs from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Drink deals include $2 domestic bottles and drafts, $2 wines and $2 house liquors. You can also get select appetizers for $4.75, including cheese fries, nachos, wings and chicken strips. Not only that, sandwiches and burgers are only five bucks during happy hour. All day everyday deals include $3 Jäger Bombs, $2 Pabst Blue Ribbon and $7.50 domestic pitchers.

TIPS | Check Facebook for specials and events.

FIND IT | 201 Graduate Road, Conway. Call 347-8664.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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