h.h.h. (Happy Hour Heaven) for May 2, 2013

May 1, 2013 

The dining area at Acme Bar & Grill in Murrells Inlet. Photo by Mandy Rodgers for Weekly Surge.

THE LOCALE | ACME Bar & Grill

THE LOWDOWN | If you're looking for a locals spot with great food and affordable drinks, head to ACME Bar & Grill. That's where we went for happy hour this week.

ACME Bar & Grill is located in the Inlet Crossing Shopping Center near Inlet Square Mall. It's a laid back locals hang out where everyone is treated like family. You can choose to sit belly-up to the bar, at a number of low and high-top tables, or at a long, bar-like high-top table.

There are several flat panel TVs scattered around the establishment. You'll also find a pool table, two dart boards and games such as Golden Tee. The bar hosts live entertainment throughout the week. Bands play on Fridays and Sundays. You can sing karaoke on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. On Mondays, there is line dancing at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and a movie on a large projection screen.

Speaking of dinner, you can snag a nightly dinner special for $7.95, except for Thursdays when the featured dinner special is Prime Rib. Daily lunch specials cost $5.95. The full menu includes pizzas, sandwiches and entrees such as fish & chips and steaks.

During happy hour, you can enjoy discounted appetizers such as chicken tenders, wings, nachos, fried mushrooms and pot stickers. Happy hour drink specials include $2 domestic beers. All day everyday drink deals include $2 canned beer and $3 well drinks. You can also try an ACME Anvil, the signature drink at ACME Bar & Grill, for three bucks.

TIPS | ACME Bar & Grill is located in the Inlet Crossing Shopping Center down from American Fitness. Bikers are welcome, especially during Bike week. Check Facebook for specials and events.

FIND IT | 3340 U.S. 17 Business, Murrells Inlet. Call 651-1878.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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