Serving up sports-friendly deals on Myrtle Beach’s Restaurant Row

July 31, 2013 

The bar area at Waterway House Sports & Spirits in Myrtle Beach. Photo by Mandy Rodgers for Weekly Surge.

THE LOCALE | Waterway House Sports & Spirits

THE LOWDOWN | If you’re looking for a spot to watch sports and UFC fights while enjoying a cocktail, head to Waterway House Sports & Spirits. That’s where we went for happy hour this week.

Waterway House Sports & Spirits took over the former Doghouse North location on Restaurant Row. The establishment is non-smoking and clean. The walls are light blue and there are nearly a dozen flat panel TVs as well as a flat screen fireplace.

The Waterway House Sports & Spirits has a covered outdoor patio with seating. Inside you can sit at a number of high-top tables or at the long bar. There are a couple of pool tables, a couple of dart boards and a few games such as Silver Strike and Golden Tee. It’s relaxing and fun, occupied by plenty of locals and service industry workers.

Waterway House Sports & Spirits shows UFC fights with no cover charge. The sports bar will also offer various sports packages throughout the seasons.

Happy hour starts at 4 p.m. daily. Drink deals include $2 domestics, $3 imports, $3 wine, $3 well drinks, $4 liquors and $5 shots. Food specials include chicken tenders, bruschetta, crab Rangoon, garlic bread and fried pickles for $3.50. You can snag fried mozzarella, chicken and pineapple skewers, and quesadillas for $4. There are also specials throughout the week such as $2 Tuesdays and Whiskey Wednesdays.

TIPS | Be sure to head to Waterway House Sports & Spirits on Thursday for the official Grand Opening.

FIND IT | 9814 North Kinds Highway, Myrtle Beach. Call 232-7077.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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