3025 North Main Street
Anderson, SC 29621
Phone: (864) 226-6051
Fax: (864) 964-9145
Bars & Cafes
McGee's Irish Pub and Restaurant is one of the most authentic Irish pub in the country located in the heart of upstate SC. It's menu features Classic Scot-Irish Fare, the best draught selection in town, and also dishes up the best in Celtic, Folk and World Music.
Casual dining combination pub and delicatessen that offers an array of delicious sandwiches, salads, soups, and specialty drinks. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Enjoy their award-winning wings with 12 signature sauces, and their "signature favorites with an Irish twist."
Locally owned and operated, Tiger Town Tavern offers a variety of appetizers, soups & salads, combos, sandwiches, burgers & dogs, veggie specials, and their house specialties.
Located on the edge of Clemson University campus, The Esso Club has served the city for more than 75 years. The Esso Club is not just a bar, but is an integral part of the student life. Every day of the week, there is some offer that is sure to interest you. The club has been managed by Charles Usry since 2003, who has welcomed visitors into its casual ambiance so relax and unwind. Game nights sees this place filled with vibrant energy, with fans cheering, rivals engaging in friendly banter while relishing the food and drinks. Popular names like Rodney Carrington, Tim Allen, Brent Musberger and others have visited The Esso Club.
Situated close to the border of Mayo, this bright, family-run pub would appear to be the focal point of social life in the village. Whether it's a wedding or a funeral, the Weir would be the place to go to. It is a very clean, tidy bar, well-managed, with a friendly staff and quietly inquisitive locals. Visitors are made feel very welcome and they would enjoy the relaxed, intimate atmosphere. Unlike any other bar in the village, they serve snacks all day and also provide Internet access. There is even a video library and, naturally, there is music at the weekend.
Father and Son team, Bill and Tom Davis believe that when drinking beer, you shouldn't be typical, you should try something new and 'sink the status quo'. With beers like their eponymous flagship Red Ale, seasonal ones that have Tahitian and Madagascar Vanilla or a specialty brew like their 'Dirty Monk' which has notes of chocolate, coffee and licorice, there is always something novel on tap. The brewery opened its doors in 1998 and since then it has garnered rave reviews from beer drinkers as well as other colleagues i.e., prestigious associations from around the states. Thomas Creek makes all types of styles as well, from Porter and Pale Ale to Stouts and Dopplebocks, the selections will satisfy even the most finicky beer drinkers.