h.h.h. (Happy Hour Heaven) for May 9, 2013

May 7, 2013 

The outdoor patio at Tally-Ho Bar & Grill in Socastee. Photo by Mandy Rodgers for Weekly Surge.

THE LOCALE | Tally-Ho Bar & Grill

THE LOWDOWN | Sunday cookouts, happy hour deals and daily lunch specials - you can find them all at Tally-Ho Bar & Grill, a new bar in that nebulous area in Horry County between Socastee, Myrtle Beach and Surfside Beach. That's where we went for happy hour this week.

Tally-Ho Bar & Grill is on Dick Pond Road (better known as S.C. 544) where Butter's Pub used to be. It's a locals-friendly, family-friendly sports bar and grill.

On the inside there are booths and high-top tables and a square bar is in back. There are scores of TVs scattered around so you can watch sports. Plus you can play darts and pool. You can also enjoy entertainment on the weekends, be it karaoke or live music.

Tally-Ho has a large outdoor area complete with cornhole set-up, horseshoes and tables for seating. You can enjoy cookouts on the patio every Sunday (weather permitting.) Food can range from burgers and hot dogs to ribs or pig-pickin’s.

During the week you can snag $6 lunch specials, such as burger with fries (Mondays and Thursdays), chicken Philly cheesesteak with fries (Tuesdays) and Wednesdays are known as Home Cooked Hump Day (a meat and sides). On Friday nights you can get a dozen wings for five bucks.

Happy hour starts at 4 p.m. and drink specials include $3 well drinks and 50-cent discounts on domestic beers. All day, every day deals include $2 draft beers and $1.50 cans.

TIPS | Find Tally-Ho on Facebook. Also check out the owner's other bar, Neal and Pam’s Pub in Surfside Beach.

FIND IT | 3901 Dick Pond Road (S.C. 544), Myrtle Beach. Call 215-4420.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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