by Ashley Daniels
Are you ready for some football? You’ll score big at the team of sports bars at the Market Common playing a full lineup of college and NFL games, and serving up some game-worthy food and drink specials. Here’s the skinny on where the pigskin is champion.
810 Bowling, 1220 Moser Drive, Myrtle Beach
At 810 Billiards & Bowling, you’ll not only be able to take a seat to take in your football game of choice, but you’ll also be able to be a competitor in your own right. 810 has twenty bowling lanes, seven billiard tables, air hockey, an arcade and more. This classic bowling alley with an upscale twist also offers two full-service bars, a full menu, and live entertainment.
Take advantage of 810’s $25 deal, available all day for all football games Saturday and Sunday. For $25, you and your squad get one domestic beer tube, one cheese pizza, 12 jumbo wings and two bowling game passes. They also offer $1 bowling games from noon to 4 pm. And if you wear a football jersey, you get one free game of bowling (available all day).
The Brass Tap, 3090 Deville Street, Myrtle Beach
As you can imagine from its name, The Brass Tap pours out a beer or two – 60 different craft beers that are on tap, to be exact. The upscale craft beer bar also serves a creative full food menu. Watch parties kick-off around any of the 17 HD TVs, including an 82-inch 4k Ultra HD big screen. At the tap, you can even tap into their App Audio system to listen to any game on your mobile device.
Gordon Biersch, 3060 Howard Ave., Myrtle Beach. www.GordonBiersch.com
Gordon Biersch doubles as a restaurant that offers an eclectic collection of American food and an onsite brewery with German precision-brewed craft beers. Food and brews complement each other, as well as the cool, casual ambiance in the bar-dining area that features an abundance of hanging big-screen TVs playing all of your favorite football games on the weekends.
King Street Grille, 3040 Howard Ave., Myrtle Beach. www.thekingstreetgrille.com
Voted “Best Sports Bar in Myrtle Beach,” King Street Grille is your headquarters for all things football. The upscale sports bar is surrounded in a wall-to-wall, black-and-white mural of the Steelers’ Heinz Field, so you know they take football seriously. And in case you aren’t convinced, their countless HD flat screen and large screen TVs that ensure there’s not a bad seat in the house should do the trick. King Street’s award-winning menu is packed with munchies like wings, burgers and their popular Chicken Chesapeake Sandwich.