Neighborhood pubs are often crucial stops on political campaigns, allowing senatorial hopefuls to hobnob with hamburgers, kiss newborn tater tots, and secure the all-important “ketchup-bottle vote.” Tap into a culinary constituency with today’s Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of American pub grub and delicious drinks at Beef ‘O' Brady's in Clemson.
Beef ‘O’ Brady’s boasts a protein parade of classic American fare prepared hot, steaming, and packed with enough beefy flavors to stampede even the most ravenous appetite. The menu whets the fangs and gorges harrowing hunger pangs with greatest hits alongside tasty new classics. Dive into the beef end with the restaurant’s build-your-own burger, a quarter-pound of seasoned steak ready to be dolled up in choices of racy chilis, deliquescent cheeses, and snappy smoked bacon, with a side saddle of fries ($5.99). Tackle the hot and pressed Cuban ($7.99), piled high on cuban bread with ham, salami, and swiss cheese, or snap back a dynamic duo of fish tacos ($6.99). Beef ‘O’ Brady's franchise is celebrating its 26th year of business-related beefiness. Salute the anniversary with a hearty meal as you absorb refreshing sports action on one of the many televisions adorning the family-friendly space.
Beef ‘O’ Brady’s
Jim and Jeanette Mellody founded Beef ‘O’ Brady’s in 1985, drawn into the restaurant business by their vision of a family-friendly pub that fused great food, Irish charm, and sports memorabilia. Jim outfitted the original eatery with satellite dishes and TV screens so diners could watch sports ranging from soccer and football to chess, a sport most Americans refer to as aristocratic finger flicking. As a diehard sports fan himself, Jim's choice of decor was easy—he covered the first restaurant's walls with his personal collection of sports memorabilia.
The eatery’s Irish roots shine through on the menu, which commences with an Irish blessing and brims with dishes such as The Dubliner, a gravy-covered skillet of sliced roast beef, mushrooms, cheese, and potatoes. Chefs spice up their signature jumbo wings with dry rubs and sauces ranging from teriyaki to honey barbecue. Angus burgers embraced by brioche buns round out the menu, along with cocktails and a Celtic river's worth of beers.