Brett's Roadside Kitchen
More than 20 beers on tap, a bevy more in bottles, and a lengthy list of specialty sips ignite epicurean engines. Lay the foundation for a feast of upscale pub grub with a starter of homemade chili ($3.99) or ale-house onion rings ($5.99) paired with a pitcher of Palmetto's craft pale ale ($11). Those needing to cool down after a heated round of "I SPY something that starts with C that isn't Calvin Coolidge, for once," can dive into an icy-crisp, fresh-tossed salad ($3.49–$12.99) and a frozen mango daiquiri ($5.95). A variety of classic pub grub is also available, such as the golden and crispy fish and chips ($8.99), or the ale-house cheeseburger topped with a swiss, american, cheddar, or provolone dairy blanket ($7.69). Accompanying youngsters can nosh on orders of mac 'n' cheese ($2.99) or chicken fingers ($3.79), or grow up fast with the 10 oz. center-cut sirloin served with a side of veggies, fresh-cut fries, and political debate ($12.79).