What You'll Get
Neighborhoods value their pubs as a place to socialize, just as they value the ends of their rainbows as a place to find extra parking-meter change. Enjoy camaraderie at close proximity with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get a pub meal for two at Beef ‘O’ Brady’s in Clemson (up to a $42.55 value). The pub meal includes the following:
- One appetizer (up to a $9.99 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $12.29 value each)
- Two drinks (up to a $3.99 value each)
Beef ‘O’ Brady’s affable staff blends hearty pub fare with the convivial atmosphere of a neighborhood bar by splashing walls with images of sporting events displayed on satellite TVs. The menu focuses on Irish staples such as the cheesy bacon pub chips starter, smothered in cheddar and monterey jack and served with ranch dressing and sour cream. The Dubliner entree transports eaters to Ireland’s winding city streets and famed Guinness-filled canals with grilled sourdough heaped with roast beef, mushrooms, and swiss cheese beside mashed potatoes doused in signature house gravy. Kids surge into the game room for coin-operated recreation while parents gab more than 12-ounce Angus beef OMG burgers crowned like a king attending his prom with four slices of bacon and matching sheets of american cheese, washed down with sweet elixirs such as homestyle milk shakes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for a Full Rack of St. Louis Ribs or more than 12 wings per entree. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.