We pride ourselves of delicious food, a knowledge staff and affordable prices. We make everything in house using fresh, local ingredients. Enjoy our raw and steam seafood selections or our hand-cut steaks. Our atmosphere allows for intimate date nights, family dinners and group parties.
In 1985, Jim Mellody had a simple dream: to create a neighborhood pub where friends, family, and nice-looking strangers could enjoy good food and sports. So, with his wife, Jeanette, he opened the first of the now-famous Beef ?O? Brady?s, filling the first Brandon, Florida, location with sports memorabilia and TVs. The menu?which has grown over the years as the franchise has birthed more than 200 outposts?celebrates American pub classics with an Irish twist, including an Irish blessing on every menu. The expansive menu can quell any number of cravings, with hearty dishes such as award-winning jumbo wings hand tossed in 12 signature sauces and pretzel roll Angus sliders with thick-cut bacon, all served with homestyle shakes or domestic drafts.
Curating a menu that often shifts with the seasons to offer the freshest, locally sourced fare, Carolina 1663's executive chef Ches McClane has managed to add an air of refinement to contemporary Southern cuisine while keeping it casual. Highlights include fried chicken with collard greens, and creamy grits crowned with prawns and smoked sausage. You can enjoy dinner in the dining room, out by the Sheraton's pool, or inside your own brain by forging a profound connection with someone who's at the restaurant right now.
From the authentic biergarten to the regal-looking dining hall, your entire experience at Bavarian Brathaus will transport you back to the hazy continental jaunts of your youth. Admire the German flags that serve as centerpieces for the white-clothed tables while you peruse the extensive beer menu. On draft, you'll find potent pours, including the Spaten Oktoberfest (with a sweet, malty scent and citrusy flavor) along with authentic pilsners and lagers. The menu also includes a variety of selections by bottle. Balance the brews with freshly prepared sustenance, from German potato salad ($3) to bread dumplings plain or smothered in gravy ($3.50). The epicureanly adventurous will want to try rabbit and sausage served with red cabbage, Vienna salad, and hot rolls ($22.99), or the beef rouladen with pickle, onion, carrot, and mustard ($22.99). Traditional brats are made and prepared in-house with an original recipe of lean pork and special spices ($9.49 for the bratwurst sampler). View the complete dinner menu here.
The savvy chefs at Jimmy V’s infuse the flare of a New York steak house into succulent cuts of certified Angus beef and fresh seafood to populate an extensive menu of hearty entrees and tasty bar snacks. The charred rare beef appetizer marries tender chunks of blushing beef with grilled and chilled asparagus and, like an ancient Roman wedding, ordains them with a sprinkling of grainy mustard vinaigrette ($12). Forks and knives battle each other for first dibs of the veal osso bucco and its risotto Milanese side ($28), while colossal pan-seared or blackened sea scallops construct an edible dam within a river of lemony brown butter ($23). A slew of midwestern steaks including 15-ounce dry-aged rib eyes ($43) and 6-ounce bacon-wrapped filet mignons ($29) demonstrate down-to-earth values with the table manners of a cub scout. Though not included in this Groupon, Jimmy V’s posits an array of wines & spirits for parched palates of all types.
For the hibachi chefs at Mitchikia Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi, playing with their food is a requirement. Over the heat of the traditional teppanyaki grills, their knives slice through seared steaks and shrimp, sending food flying with spatulas and catapults made of carrot sticks. In addition to the entertaining hibachi dinners, the kitchen prepares a host of Japanese-influenced dishes, in addition to freshly constructed maki rolls and sushi.