With dozens of beers on tap, TV’s galore, and plenty of games to play, Bully’s is all about the pub experience. Throw in a food menu full of bar standards that are sure to fill you up, and Bully’s is the place to go at Barefoot Landing to let loose for awhile.
The menu is roughly divided into four sections – Grazers (appetizers), Bully’s Burgers, Sandwiches and Such, and Specials and Kids.
The Grazers include Bully’s Wing Round Up which are available in nine different flavors (hot, mild, hot honey, garlic parmesan, spicy ranch, teriyaki, bbq, sweet chili Thai, and lemon pepper), the house-favorite Tater Tot Nachos with chili, cheese, jalapenos, lettuce, salsa, and sour cream, as well as all the classics – sliders, fingers, poppers, pretzels, cheese sticks, and chips and salsa.
In addition to the Hamburger, Patty Melt, and Chili Cheese Burger, Bully’s offers a ground beef sandwich called El Toro that comes piled with grilled onions, mushrooms, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and Swiss cheese.
The list of Sandwiches and Such is a little more diverse and includes everything from the beer-battered Bully’s Fish Sandwich, their Turkey Reuben, Philly Cheese, and Chicken Parmesan. If you’re really hungry try tackling The Bull Dog, a huge Nathan’s hot dog made however you want it.
There is a token salad on the last portion of the menu, along with kids’ favorites like grilled cheese, corn dogs, mini burgers, and chicken fingers.
During the day, Bully’s can be a nice low-key place to take the family for a bite while you stroll through Barefoot Landing. There’s an outdoor patio over-looking the water, and the wooden tables and booths are more or less child-proof.
But as with most good pubs, the later it gets the louder, which is good if you have a sitter, but not ideal as a family spot if you don’t.
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