In business since 1988, this edition of the popular downtown Myrtle Beach mainstay is a lot bigger and a bit more sophisticated than its sibling, but the award-winning menu is still the same. The restaurant boasts a long stool bar and numerous HDTVs with practically any game you wish to view. Smaller TV screens are stationed at the cozy booths that are so high they resemble the snugs you might find in an Irish pub. The menu features a large selection of finger foods and a huge selection of signature sandwiches that can be ordered with extra meat on a wide variety of breads. The service is friendly and prompt and the prices seem like they're from the original 1988 menu.