Seafood and sports converge at Little River happy hour spot

October 31, 2013 

The bar area at The Beach Sports Bar & Grill in Little River. Photo by Mandy Rodgers for Weekly Surge.

THE LOCALE | The Beach Sports Bar and Grill

THE LOWDOWN | Seafood and sports come together at a new sports bar in Little River. You can enjoy them both at The Beach Sports Bar and Grill, which is where we went this week for happy hour.

You’ll find The Beach Sports Bar and Grill on U.S. 17 in Little River where Thee Pour House used to be. You can’t miss it...the building is now painted bright yellow. Part of the interior is painted yellow, as well. The decor is beachy along with some music and golf-inspired decorations.

The locale has a mix of young and old patrons, including plenty of football fans. That’s because there are tons of big screen TVs scattered throughout the large establishment. You can see them from the many high and low-top tables, or you can pull up a bar stool to the long bar that seats at least 20

The Beach Sports Bar and Grill has two pool tables and hosts a pool league on Tuesday nights. The bar also has games such as pinball and Ms. Pac- Man. On Wednesdays you can sing karaoke, a DJ plays on Saturday nights, and sometimes you can catch live music.

Happy hour runs from 4 to 7p.m. daily. Drink deals include $2.50 domestic drafts, $2.50 domestic bottles, $3 house liquors and $3 wine. You can also snag half-priced appetizers such as $3 grouper bites, $4 tavern chips and $4.50 calamari.

The Beach Sports Bar and Grill also offers specials throughout the week. During Monday Night Football you can get $2 draft beers and 50-cent wings. Tuesday is Ladies Night with reduced appetizers and drink prices, and Wednesday is Service Industry Night.

TIPS | Check Facebook for deals and daily lunch specials. Try the food.

FIND IT | 1521 U.S. 17, Little River. Call 281-0046 or visit www.the-beach-sc.com.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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