Teeing off on happy hour deals at new golf-centric Myrtle Beach bar

December 24, 2013 

The interior of Tee'd Off Bar & Grill in Myrtle Beach. Photo by Mandy Rodgers for Weekly Surge.

THE LOCALE | Tee’d Off Bar & Grill

THE LOWDOWN | Golfers have found a new winter refuge... a place where they can play golf indoors... Tee’d Off Bar & Grill. That’s where we went for happy hour this week.

Tee’d Off Bar & Grill is located in The Galleria in the spot that was formerly Zulu Lounge. As you walk in you’ll see a large aquarium with fish and small sharks. There’s a square bar in the middle of the establishment and a section off to the right with tables. There’s also a large outdoor patio with a gazebo and smoking area. (It’s non-smoking inside.)

Nearly 20 TVs hang inside Tee’d Off Bar & Grill. You’ll find games such as Golden Tee, Power Putt, corn hole, darts and pool. But perhaps the biggest draw for golfers are the two golf simulators. Not only are they fun, they can help you keep and perfect your golf swing during the winter months.

Another big draw for men are the Caddy Girls behind the bar ( www.thecaddygirls.com.) Decked out in their caddy attire, they serve drinks and food. The full menu includes items such as Oysters Rockefeller, crab legs, sandwiches and burgers including the Double Eagle Burger, which is stuffed with cheese.

Happy hour runs from 4 to 7 p.m. daily. Food specials include pretzels stuffed with cheese, onion rings, fried pickles, blue cheese chips or chicken wings for $4. You can get spring rolls, fried green beans or Boom Boom Shrimp for $5. Drink deals include $2 vodkas and $2 bottles of beer. You can snag $2 draft beer all day everyday. You can also get $4 Fireball all day everyday.

TIPS | Golf simulators are free until golf season.

FIND IT | 9668 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach. Call 98145-4741 or visit www.teedoffmyrtlebeach.com.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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