Not your typical sports bar, REALLY comfortable with plush leather couches & booths all over the place!! Huge TV's and you can actually carry on a conversation with your friends!! The Food is awesome!! Drinks are great and inexpensive, Go to the web site for all the Parking secrets!! You will love it!!
A finalist for ESPN's North America's Best Sports Bar in 2010, South balances its affection for athletics with a menu of authentic Southern fare. Tackle taste buds with the crawfish popcorn starter, with crawfish tails fried in a Cajun batter and sidekicked with tartar sauce ($10), or opt for a signature sandwich—pulled chicken, pork, and tri-tip topped with roast beef, ham, mozzarella cheese, and kettle chips smothered in gravy and served with regular or sweet-potato fries ($11).
Since 1952, Melody Bar and Grill has gathered diners and bargoers in an unvarying array of midcentury comfort and luxury. Amber chandeliers dangle from ornate copper ceilings in the dining area where guests enjoy menu selections such as chicken parmesan and top sirloin culotte steak designed by chef and owner Christian Warren. In the bar area, light fixtures reminiscent of a Japanese dojo illuminate a bar upholstered with tufted brown leather. Matching intricate cocktails with special events throughout the week, Melody hosts Monday evening karaoke.
One night at a bar in Devlin, Ireland, a fight broke out, a baby was born, and that same child immediately entered into the scuffle. As the story goes, in the years that followed, this incredible boy would lose his left eye and travel to America, where he found a nation in the throes of Prohibition. So the young man took his family's whiskey recipe and started delivering the libation to people's front doors, becoming the world's most renowned bootlegger. He also found some time to invent rock 'n' roll.
These are just a few of the incredible feats attributed to Reilly, the namesake folk hero of Rock & Reilly's. While the young man's legend might be questionable, the rock pub that's plastered with his eye-patched visage has earned a very real reputation for its whiskeys and brews. Surrounded by exposed-brick walls, bartenders pour Guinness and concoct dozens of mixed drinks with names like Dead Beat Dad and Spicy Slapper—a vodka drink with watermelon, jalapeño, lime, and cranberry. The libations pair well with a lineup of pub food, including five kinds of grilled cheese.
Since the pub opened in 2011, its selection of drinks and grub have attracted the attention of numerous news outlets and celebrities; starlets including Nicole Richie and Zooey Deschanel have attended parties there.